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|The digital teacher|
|Posted by: Susan Einhorn|
|In every district, in every school, in every grade, there is that great teacher who all parents want for their children. So, parents cross their fingers and hope that their child is lucky enough to end up on that teacher’s roster.
What if every student in the class could get that terrific teacher rather than a fortunate few?
That is one of the promises of online learning, said Bryan Hassel, co-director of Public Impact and a speaker at last week’s Thomas B. Fordham Institute’s panel on Education Reform for a Digital Era.
Hassel said that only about 25 percent of classes have one of these top-tier teachers at a given time. That means the other 75 percent don’t.
|Source: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (GA-USA) | Published: April 23rd, 2012|
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