NEW! 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

The first six in a series of case studies are now available. This series highlights blended learning programs in traditional school districts, emphasizing proven ways blended learning has improved student outcomes.

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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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