McGraw-Hill exec: tech will make us rethink age-grouping in schools

McGraw-Hill exec: tech will make us rethink age-grouping in schools

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New Online platforms like Khan Academy are already starting to flip classrooms across the country so that students can learn at their own pace.  But some think it might not be too long before technology pushes schools to personalize education in even more structural ways, so that students are no longer...
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