A few years ago, Jones County Public Schools in North Carolina identified a problem: their need for a new language arts and math curriculum. As they explored their options, a curriculum council formed within the district. Ultimately, council members voted to adopt the HMH Into Math, HMH Into Literature, and HMH Into Reading programs to bring hybrid learning to their classrooms.
Jones County administrators wanted a blended curriculum that included paper-based materials to support students in the classroom and technology-based instruction to support students learning from home. This was before the pandemic hit the U.S. So when it did, the district found itself adequately prepared to tackle remote learning.
Adopting HMH’s digital curricula helps Jones County teach students how to use technology from as early as Pre-K and kindergarten. When the students reach fifth and sixth grade, they are well-prepared to leverage digital tech to learn and grow.
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