Keeping Pace 2014 The 11th edition includes updated enrollment numbers, graphics, and policy information. Download the full report, scroll down for individual graphics, or browse individual state profiles.
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.
This is the final post in a series exploring digital learning in districts, following discussions of how digital learning activity varies by grade level and by district size. We also touched on student’s needs for mentors in computer labs. In addition to those factors, the level of digital learning activity in school districts is influenced […]
Our discussion of digital learning in districts (see here and here) touches on how a common digital learning scenario in high schools involves the use of online courses taken by students in a computer lab. The students may be taking online courses for credit recovery, because they wish to take a course that is not […]
A previous post discussed digital learning within traditional public schools, and explored differences in digital learning in high schools compared to elementary schools. Our research suggests that digital learning also varies by district size. About 14,000 school districts exist across the country, but the distribution of district size is characterized by a long tail of […]