What We’re Watching: Lessons for Virtual Schooling

By Education Next 01/27/2011

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In this video, Erin Dillon explains what the virtual school movement can learn from the charter school movement: that growth alone is not enough, and that more attention should be paid to the quality of offerings. Other lessons from the charter movement are explored in more detail in “Lessons for Online Learning,” which appears in the Spring 2011 issue of Ed Next and is now available online.

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  • Sal says:

    Interesting discussion. I believe the direction of learning will be some form of blended learning (online and off). There are many great sites out there that will facilitate that.

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