This is a great article on how online resources, combined with a shared school and community focus, can have a significant impact on the achievement of students, regardless of their background. The article starts:
'A world-first "e-learning" project which is transforming children's
lives in some of Auckland's poorest suburbs is looking for partners to
expand throughout the country next year.
Children as young as 5 in nine schools in the Tamaki-Glen Innes area are
publishing their work on the internet and attracting feedback from
around the world - with extraordinary effects on their motivation'.
To read the article in full, click here.