Proof Points of Blended Learning Success in School Districts

A new series of case studies by the Evergreen Education Group and the Clayton Christensen Institute

This series highlights blended learning programs in traditional school districts, emphasizing
proven ways blended learning has improved student outcomes.

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Three new case studies are now available:


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Keeping Pace 2015 The 12th edition is available for download HERE.

“Solve is a loaded word”

The last post, “We grew the blended program by solving one problem at a time,” explored the ways in which two successful blended programs in Oregon had grown. As the title suggested, those programs, Bend La Pine and Crater Lake, focused on challenges faced by students or schools, addressed those challenges, and moved on to […]

“We grew the blended program by solving one problem at a time”

Last week Fuel Education held a Blended Learning Leaders Forum in Portland, Oregon, that featured two excellent speakers: Tres Tyvand of Bend La Pine Schools, and Bryan Wood of the Crater Lake Charter School. Both gave inspiring presentations, and one element that stood out for me was that both gave similar answers to how their […]

Additional findings from New York State’s Online Learning Recommendations

An earlier blog post highlighted a key aspect of the recent New York State Online Learning Advisory Council Report that is especially promising: the recommendation to spend $100 million on professional development for teachers and administrators. The report is one of several state studies released since the publication of Keeping Pace 2015 that are worth […]

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