Learning Café

January 2009
District Administration;Jan2009, Vol. 45 Issue 1, Special section p78
The article examines a project designed to create a student run learning center in the Capitol School District in Phoenix, Arizona. The district wanted to create a space for students to connect with their friends in an educational environment. The center would have computer workstations equipped with AutoSkill's Academy of READING and Academy of MATH computer software. The center would display student artwork and provide a meeting place for school clubs.


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