Lebanon – Following a successful first-year pilot of the hybrid learning initiative in 15 schools across the state, Acting Secretary of Education Carolyn C. Dumaresq [Friday] visited Lebanon High School to see how the program works and encourage all schools across the state to consider use of the program in their classrooms.
“Hybrid learning melds together three learning models that are designed to provide a deeper understanding of course content and material, resulting in improved student academic performance,” Dumaresq said. “Providing students alternative learning methods to be successful is the goal of this program. Schools that have implemented hybrid learning into their classrooms are to be applauded for bringing together technology and personalized learning for the benefit of students.”
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