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Innovative staffing to personalize learning: Two Cabarrus County high school teachers

This report is part of a series of eight profiles of schools using innovative staffing to personalize, and will be followed by a paper that considers the commonalities of their approaches.

Lori Treiber and Scott Nolt are blended-learning teachers at Central Cabarrus High School and Jay M. Robinson High School, respectively, in the Cabarrus County (N.C.) Schools district. Each uses a mix of in-person teaching and online learning—either at home or school—to reach twice as many students within a specific class period as they would otherwise.


Editor’s note: This content was originally published by Public Impact. It has been posted with the author’s permission.

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