The Effectiveness of Blended Learning
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District of Columbia Public Schools, a school district aiming to improve proficiency rates by 2017, is experimenting with a new teaching technique called blended learning. Proficiency rates from 2008-2012 of 3rd and 5th grade students, grouped by race, gender, and high and low users of blended learning, will be analyzed in order to determine if blended learning should be used to accomplish the goals of the school district.
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