BLOG BITS, November 2012

The five criteria that ChallengeSuccess brings to schoolsattempt to modernize theobsolete system in placetoday: scheduling, projectbasedlearning, alternativeassessment, climate of care, andparent education.- Tina Barseghian
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The five criteria that Challenge Success brings to schools attempt to modernize the obsolete system in place today: scheduling, projectbased learning, alternative assessment, climate of care, and parent education.
- Tina Barseghian

With robust student information systems, learning management systems, instructional software, and powerful data mining tools at our fingertips, “item analysis days” need to become a thing of the past.
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