Blended learning study results show success in Greeley-Evans School District 6
The Greeley-Evans School District 6 Board of Education heard the results of a study of the district's blended learning initiative at its meeting Monday night, showing some of the clearest data yet of the initiative's effectiveness.
District officials conducted the study with the University of Northern Colorado's Education Innovation Institute. The study targeted kindergarten through fifth-grade math classes at six schools that have implemented blended learning — Scott, Monfort, McAuliffe, Shawsheen, Madison and Jackson elementary schools...
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