Georgia District Takes All the Credit

Scarpa, Steven
November 2008
District Administration;Nov2008, Vol. 44 Issue 12, p80
The article discusses the ways that a school district in Georgia helped students recover credits lost when they failed courses and were in danger of not graduating. Administrators at the school used educational technology to help students make up lost time during school hours using learning software.


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