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Detroit schools institute web-based learning, assessment

 Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has announced the biggest deal in its history – a $40 million districtwide partnership with Detroit Public Schools to improve teaching and student performance tracking with the adoption of its enterprise-wide educational solution.
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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has announced the biggest deal in its history – a $40 million districtwide partnership with Detroit Public Schools to improve teaching and student performance tracking with the adoption of its enterprise-wide educational solution.

Detroit teachers will now be able to prepare and assign homework through Learning Village, a web-based portal that allows districtwide collaboration. Learning Village has tools for teachers to measure how well students learn – even how they understand a lesson taught earlier in the day. It also serves as a resource for parents, allowing them greater access and collaboration with teachers in their children’s education.

For more information, visit http://www.hmlt.hmco.com/LV.php.

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