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Fuse RI: An Open Access Model of K-2 Blended Learning Implementation

This report by Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute is the first in a series documenting Fuse RI, which is a three-year project funded by TLA with a goal of developing a statewide system for sharing, implementing, evaluating, and scaling blended learning and instructional personalization across Rhode Island. The project consists of three key components that address critical gaps in building system-level competencies to support implementation, creating a statewide pipeline of blended learning leaders, and building customized resources for districts.

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