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:


Participate in focused communities to access a nationwide network of people and organizations with similar K-12 digital learning programs and missions. You will gain access to Evergreen’s Keeping Pace comprehensive research, trends, best practice insights, and the ability to share your experiences and practices with the community. Learn more…

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State virtual schools continue to grow and evolve

In Keeping Pace 2015 we wrote extensively about state virtual schools, in particular noting some of the new directions that state virtual schools are taking as they face increasing competition from other providers and from districts developing their own online content. This past week we met with a group of state virtual schools that are […]

The growth of post-secondary online learning: implications for K-12 education

Among the reasons that schools, students, and parents are interested in online courses is that they believe that the use of online learning is growing in colleges, and they want high school graduates to be well prepared for post-secondary learning. Therefore, tracking recent developments in online learning at the post-secondary level is valuable for people […]

“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 […]
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