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Fulton County Schools Launches 3-Year Personalized Learning Transition
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By: Joshua Bolkan on April 23rd, 2014

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Fulton County Schools Launches 3-Year Personalized Learning Transition

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Fulton County Schools (FCS) is launching an initiative to turn its 101 schools into personalized learning environments.

Goals of the three-year plan include a 90 percent graduation rate, ensuring that 85 percent of students are eligible for admission to a Georgia college or university and that 100 percent of students are career ready.

"The district believes that with a one-size-fits-all model it will not be able to realize these goals," according to a news release, "but that by focusing on creating personalized learning models in each of its schools, student needs will be met and its goals achieved.

Article originally appeared on The Journal. Read more.

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Joshua Bolkan is the multimedia editor for Campus Technology and THE Journal.

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