Va. schools to use mix of face-to-face instruction, digital learning

02/14/2013 | T.H.E. Journal

About 6,000 elementary- and middle-school students in Virginia will learn math via a blended-learning model with games developed by the Mind Research Institute. The games -- designed to be accessible by students with learning disabilities and English-language learners -- will have a direct connection to in-class lessons.

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