Ariz. district uses tech to offer advanced math to 6th-graders

08/11/2013 | East Valley Tribune (Mesa, Ariz.)

Sixth-graders who are ready for advanced math in the Mesa Unified School District in Arizona will be able to enroll in a Virtual Academy class, where they will be taught by virtual instructors. Students will use webcams and district computers to access the course during the regular school day. The course will enable students to complete sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade math in one year, allowing some to enroll in algebra in seventh grade.

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East Valley Tribune (Mesa, Ariz.)

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