Willow Run schools to get new software to aid core classes
The Willow Run Board of Education unanimously approved a new $18,000 software package to help failing high school students graduate.
The software, called E-2020, provides digital instruction videos, text books, applications, homework, quizzes and tests for teachers to use in several core classes.
“It’s a tool to provide content, not replace teachers,” said Greg Bishop, the software company’s representative, at Thursday night’s meeting.
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