Tag Archives: Keeping Pace

Student access to digital options is still determined by zip code

There is one common theme to each Keeping Pace report in recent years: K-12 student access to digital options is still dependent on zip code for students in most states. While the broad and deep amount of activity in a state like Florida gets a lot of attention from the media, there are many more […]

The Keeping Pace 2013 Sponsors

We are deep in the trenches of researching and creating Keeping Pace 2013, and each month, the report sponsors gather on the phone to identify key issues and trends that we should cover, discuss editorial approaches, and generally share their experiences from specific states and programs. Much of the value of Keeping Pace derives from […]

Throwing the baby out with the bath water

We are continuing our examination of trends and themes identified in this year’s Keeping Pace with K-12 Online and Blended Learning 2012 (http://kpk12.com/reports/). Our next theme is perhaps more of a response to a theme we are seeing, which is that much of the media and legislative attention on online learning has been on fully […]

Getting to Where We Need to Be

Keeping Pace has focused largely on state-level policy issues, occasionally touching on district policies such as online learning graduation requirements. This focus has reflected the fact that most online learning policies are state laws or regulations. But we’re also increasingly realizing that federal policy and action plays an important role as well, from ESEA to […]

Research Efforts and the California eLearning Census

As an increasing proportion of online and blended learning activity moves to the district level, we and other researchers are challenged by the fact that little data exists about district-level online and blended learning programs. In other categories of programs, data are generally more available because either 1) the schools are public schools that report […]

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