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NJ schools experimenting with 'flipped classrooms'

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FORT LEE, N.J. (AP) — A rising number of New Jersey students say they learn more when they can put their teacher on pause. Or rewind and replay. Instead of listening to old-fashioned lectures in school, they are watching their teachers' lessons on computers or cellphones at home. Then, when they come back into the classroom the next day, they tackle the kind of problems that used to be assigned...

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