Tag Archives: Georgia

Details about State Course Choice Programs

One of the challenges of publishing an annual print report on online learning is that the field is evolving so quickly that print can rapidly become out of date. In Keeping Pace 2013, we defined a new category of online learning programs that we termed course choice programs, and now we are adding some details […]

Georgia Digital Learning Task Force Recommendations

A Georgia task force formed by executive order at the end of 2012 recently released its recommendations, which, if followed, will lay the groundwork for the expansion of online and blended learning in Georgia. The recommendations in “Final Recommendations from Governor Nathan Deal’s Digital Learning Task Force” fall into three categories: infrastructure, digital content and […]

The evolving role of state virtual schools

State virtual schools have been online learning pioneers for the past decade, improving learning opportunities for students while supporting the growing needs of school districts to deliver services beyond the expertise and resources available at the local level. Three states launched new online programs in 2010, raising the number to 31 state virtual schools across the […]

Georgia raises virtual student funding levels

For the second time in a week, we are thrilled to see a state working to create more educational options for its students. First let’s take a quick look at some background; for more details please see the Georgia state profile in Keeping Pace 2010.  Georgia has a few full-time online options for its students, […]

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