We are pleased to release Keeping Pace 2012. Updated state profiles, enrollment data, trends, and analysis of K-12 online and blended learning can be found in the full report and graphics, available here!
Today’s post was written by guest author Sara Frank Bristow. As of March 2013, eligible Louisiana students now have the opportunity to select their own online and face-to-face courses from a wide range of private providers through the Course Choice program. Act 2(2012), presents a shift in direction for virtual schooling in Louisiana, whose Department [...]
Rhode Island may be small, but the state is taking big strides towards expanding online learning and transforming the education system for its students. In 2012, Rhode Island laid the groundwork to open its first fully online schools through the Statewide Virtual Education Act (S2276) and the ensuing Regulations of the Board of Regents Governing [...]
The K-12 online and blended learning field is changing a great deal this year; we’ll have our work cut out for us with Keeping Pace 2013 research! Among the policies that have changed in a few states are online learning requirements. These changes have rendered parts of the Keeping Pace 2012 report outdated. The section [...]