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Program Helps Kids Stay on Track With Reading, Math

January 26, 2014

MOUNDSVILLE — Woody Yoder, curriculum director of Marshall County Schools, believes the key to helping children struggling to learn is a teacher’s comprehensive knowledge of the unique qualities of......

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Jan-27-14 6:57 PM

What are the limits of the computer in the educational setting? Do books have a limit, as well?

Do teachers "repeat" what they learn?

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Jan-27-14 6:27 PM

dyingov, I sense you are not a fan of teachers. A computer is a great tool, but it is limited and cannot replace a good teacher.

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Jan-26-14 11:31 PM

they haven't been to school much lately.the school boards should be saving lots of money.the kids still won't be able to read.

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Jan-26-14 2:31 PM

Hey provide a contact phone number and I will sign up to help with the reading and math,....anyone else with me??

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Jan-26-14 9:28 AM

We will just keep changing the programs until this one is considered "old" compared to the newest program! If the schools would just use the power of the computer (tools of the modern era) and quit thinking a teacher is the end-all-be-all! "It's about the children!" My arse....

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