NaMaYa Offers Vision Along with Platform and PD

October 2013
Electronic Education Report;10/28/2013, Vol. 20 Issue 21, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that the company NaMaYa addressed the issue of the problem in education on managing systems as opposed to using the learning process to serve the needs and talents of individual students by publishing the book "No Child Held Back." Professional development leaders identified by NaMaYa helped to convert ideas into an online program which has been completed by thousands of educators.


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