The Clanton Advertiser reports that over 85% of the students in grades 3-8 in Chilton County Schools in Alabama showed improvement in their math and reading test scores based on the district report card by the state Department of Education.
“We have worked tirelessly this year changing the mindset on how true learning occurs. We have made huge strides in student engagement. Our teachers and admins have visited other districts across the state and adopted new proven methods,” the Chilton County School superintendent Tommy Glasscock says. “We have implemented phase 1 of a technology initiative that will place an electronic device in the hands of every student.” Part of their technology initiative includes programs like Reflex, “which help students improve on fundamental math skills.”
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