D-158 going digital in reading
ALGONQUIN – District 158 is throwing out textbooks to teach elementary students reading and literacy through digital tablets, a transformation that will cost the district $3.2 million over the next three years.
Martin Elementary School in Lake in the Hills will be the district’s guinea pig in trying out a new, personalized literacy program that will have teachers coaching students through lessons and activities on digital screens.
The school will start using the electronic tablets at the start of the next school year.
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