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Afternoon Announcements: ‘Flexible’ Classrooms Expand on Blended Learning

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January 22, 2014 04:36 pm

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The California legislature kicks off its commitment to prepare more students for college and career with $250 million made available to promising programs like Linked Learning that helps students gain the relevant knowledge they need to succeed in today’s economy. Los Angeles Times

Education Secretary Arne Duncan boldly asked if American culture is the problem in contemporary education today. He asked if too many parents and kids just don’t take education seriously enough. The New York Times

Mississippi lawmakers are moving forward in approving the Common Core State Standards and the assessments that are aligned with them. Hattiesburg American

First there was blended learning that combines online learning with traditional classroom instruction. Now there are “flexible” classrooms, that expand on blended learning with increased teacher collaboration and integrated technology. Education Week

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