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We are proud to present a new Keeping Pace report:

Teaching Online Across State Lines

This report looks at the challenges faced by teachers who want to teach online courses in multiple states, and proposes a policy solution that would allow licensed teachers to more easily teach in multiple states, while augmenting online teacher skills.

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Keeping Pace 2013 The 10th edition includes updated enrollment numbers, graphics, and policy information. Download the full report, scroll down for individual graphics, or browse individual state profiles.

Keeping Pace 2014 to be released at iNACOL symposium next week

Join our KP presentation and panel discussions on Wednesday November 5. Keeping Pace with K12 Digital Learning 2014 will be released next week at the iNACOL symposium. If you are attending the conference you will receive the print copy in your registration bag. We will soon be updating the KP website (kpk12.com) with the 2014 […]

Does online learning research have to be new to be useful?

A new report from the National Education Policy Center reviews the Harvard study of Florida Virtual School outcomes that we discussed in an earlier blog post. The press release headline summarizes its conclusion: “Online Education Report Offers Little New or Useful.” I found the headline to be as interesting as the rest of the report, […]

Fast innovation versus slow ideas

The Evergreen Education Group has been studying online and blended learning for 14 years, and the Keeping Pace report that will be released in two weeks is our 11th annual edition. As we consider the national digital learning landscape as of late 2014, we believe that key questions about digital learning include: How fast is […]

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