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August 23, 2014 4:37 PM

15 CMS schools launch ‘personalized learning’ effort

Among several changes slated for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools this year, 15 schools are set to take part in a “personalized learning” initiative that aims to let students tackle work at their own pace instead of the traditional model of a teacher leading a classroom all at once.

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