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.
The last post described course choice and why course choice programs and policies have been created in some states. In this post we explore the two categories of states that are implementing some type of course choice. States that allow course choice fall into two groups: those that have state-level, state-supported course choice programs that […]
Course choice programs and policies, which allow students to choose one or more online courses from a provider other than the student’s district of enrollment and have their funding flow to the provider, are a critical and emerging area of focus in digital learning. (Some course choice programs, such as the one in Louisiana, are […]
Several readers have emailed me comments about the previous blog posts (here and here) on digital learning in private schools, suggesting a few additions or clarifications. They have raised some good points that I’ll list below: I included several providers (VHS, Connections, and K12) in one category titled “Providers that are mostly focused on public […]