KENDALLVILLE, Ind. (WFFT) - East Noble's new approach to individualized learning is put on hold.
The district was trying a new 4+1 program, where a fifth and sixth grade class would go to school four days a week and have e-learning and small group instruction on the fifth day.
However, district officials said they didn't have enough students sign up without some sort of conflict.
They told FOX 55 they will try again next year.
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