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When Kentucky’s Johnson County K12 district set out to create digital classrooms in its nine schools, the primary goal was to help teachers provide differentiated instruction to meet the learning needs and learning styles of its 3,700 students.

IEPs for All


Regarding Daniel E. Kinnaman’s column about Individualized Education Plans for all students (“Change Every Child Needs,” October 2008), it’s something I have been talking about for years. I would like to take a closer look at your plan next month. My superintendent has discussed his desire to create a more individual curriculum plan. We have about 430 students in pre-K12. Although we have budget limitations, we do quite well offering a varied curriculum to our students, as well as college credit courses through our neighboring junior college.


SCHOOLS FEEL PAIN OF FINANCIAL MELTDOWN


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Homeless Students on the Rise


The Richland (S.C.) School District 2 serves over 23,000 students and includes 35 schools and centers. The average pupil-teacher ratio is 19 to 1. The district offices are located in the state capital of Columbia.


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