How Digital Learning Will Benefit Low-Income Students

December 28, 2011

December 28, 2011 – As Tom Vander Ark suggests in this Huffington Post article, the top benefit of digital learning for low-income students will be to give every student access to great teachers in every subject. He cites Public Impact’s initiative and strategies for extending the reach of great teachers.

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