PROVIDENCE – A set of policy recommendations was published by the R.I. Campaign for Achievement Now group earlier in April to promote personalized learning among the state’s teachers. The list of suggestions, which was developed by teachers involved in RICAN’s first-ever Learning Pioneers fellowship, which elevated teachers’ voices to inform policy making, included: Providing a…
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