The New York Times published a story about the Summit Learning Program that was misleading and factually inaccurate. Let us address the misconceptions…
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Teachers make the choice every day to adopt Summit Learning, but that’s not always the story that gets told in the media. Because it’s important to set the record straight about Summit Learning, we share a few facts about the Program.