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One of the many schools which use study technology is Oregon’s Delphian School, which occupies an 800-acre campus near Portland, enrolling students from around the world in a full-time academic program. It also operates training and apprenticeship programs for teachers, educators, school administrators and parents.

Ability Plus School in southern California, which teaches students ranging from toddlers through high school, also uses study technology at all levels of teaching. And the Clearwater Academy International in Florida, which caters to students from many parts of the world, similarly uses study technology in all of its classes.

In Europe, the Amager International School in Copenhagen has a student body made up of children from more than thirty nations. It provides a standard education in Danish and other key European languages with a curriculum using all aspects of study technology.

In fact, all Applied Scholastics affiliated schools utilize study technology and provide their students with the tools to be self-learners and successes in their chosen careers. The above-average results speak for themselves.


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