Keeping Pace with K-12 Digital Learning: An Annual Reivew of Policy and Practice (2014)

By J. Wattson, L. Pape, A. Murin, B. Gemin & L. Vashaw
July 9, 2015

This report documents the state of digital learning across the country. First the authors report on the types and prevalence of digital learning programs across the nation, including statewide fully online schools, state virtual schools offering supplemental courses, course-choice programs offering supplemental courses from a variety of providers, schools that blend online with more traditional instruction, and schools integrating digital tools and content into their current instruction. This section includes case studies of several district examples. A snapshot of digital learning activity in all 50 states is also provided. Next is a review of the state policies that relate to or may impact digital learning; including student choice at the school level, charter school laws, course-choice policies, data privacy, and accessibility. The report concludes with a summary profile of the key programs and policies for each of the states.

Source Organization: The Evergreen Education Group

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