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.

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We are proud to present a new Keeping Pace research report:

School Accountability in the Digital Age

This report takes a closer look at state accountability systems and online schools, with a focus on student mobility and graduation rates, and makes recommendations that would improve the ways in which accountability applies to online schools.


Should online learning be for all students?

A recent post, Study of online passing rates in Michigan suggests that online learning is not for everyone, generated several thought-provoking responses. Among them was an email from Joe Freidhoff, Executive Director of the Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute (MVLRI). Keeping Pace readers may recall that the blog post about passing rates was based on […]

Study of online passing rates in Michigan suggests that online learning is not for everyone

A previous post looked at general findings of the recently released virtual learning study in Michigan. In this post I review more deeply one key aspect of the study: the rates at which students are passing online courses, and implications for how online courses and schools are made available to students. The Michigan report notes […]

Michigan study provides detailed online learning data; shows student attributes and growth in online enrollments

The Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute, which is a center at the Michigan Virtual University┬«, has recently released its latest Virtual Learning Effectiveness Report. The study reviews virtual learning in Michigan during school year 2013-14. The report provides summary information showing the number of virtual courses taken by students in Michigan: 76,122 K-12 students in […]

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