Flipped Classrooms, Blended Learning & Virtual Schools


Virtual High School Partners with CERNET to Bring Courses to ESL Students in China

The Virtual High School (VHS), an online nonprofit educational organization based in Massachusetts, has partnered with CERNET Education, established by China Education and Research Network. The alliance will bring core courses to ESL students in China.

Report: Virtual Charter Schools Require Reform

Three educational reform organizations released a set of policy recommendations for virtual charter schools with poor performance.

Michigan Virtual School Reaches out for International Students

A Michigan school district with six schools, including one that delivers paid classes online for credit completion, will be opening its doors to international students.

CEV Multimedia Debuts Health Science Curriculum

CEV Multimedia has launched a new health sciences curriculum for students interested in careers in healthcare and health science industries.

4 Ways Schools Are Overcoming Flipped Learning Equity Challenges

These workarounds are supporting the flipped learning movement off campus and even when digital equity is sparse or non-existent.

Edgenuity Debuts Suite of Career, Elective Courses

Blended and online learning provider Edgenuity has launched a new suite of career and elective courses.

Texas Ed Agency Selects Blended Tutorials for Supplemental English Instruction

The Texas Education Agency has chosen a partner to provide high school English resources for the Texas Students Using Curriculum Content to Ensure Sustained Success program.

10 Shmoop Courses Earn A-G Approval

Ten online courses from digital publisher Shmoop have recently earned a-g approval from the University of California, bringing the total number of a-g courses offered by the company to 20.

Edgenuity Offers Free National Dropout Prevention Network Memberships

Edgenuity has partnered with the National Dropout Prevention Network in an effort to help increase graduation rates across the country.

Research: Credit Recovery Students Do Worse in Online Algebra Classes than Face-to-Face

Summer school students studying Algebra I online for credit recovery don't do as well as those in traditional classes. The results of a study done by the American Institutes for Research (AIR) and the University of Chicago Consortium on School Research found that more students in the face-to-face courses earned passing grades and scored higher in end-of-course assessments than learners doing their studies strictly online.

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