The Ohio Online Learning Program is teaming up with a private partner to deliver its primary source of digital curriculum.
Outcomes for students attending online public charter schools are failing to keep pace with those of their peers in traditional public schools, according to a new three-volume report released Tuesday.
The Pasadena Unified School District has adopted a digital STEM curriculum designed specifically to meet the needs of the California Next Generation Science Standards.
Shmoop, a digital publisher, has launched customizable courses for K-12 classes.
Grand Prairie Independent School District is expanding use of two blended reading programs following a successful rollout at 30 schools last school year.
High school students in rural Oklahoma schools can now earn college credits prior to graduation without commuting long distances or being limited to online-only courses.
Greenville Public School District will use eight teachers from Proximity Learning to teach live video courses.
A majority of schools in Ohio are using some form of blended learning, primarily in high schools or schools that house grades K-12, according to a new report.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt will launch a new English language development program next year designed to help intermediate-grade students enhance their English language skills.
Shmoop, a digital publisher of online courses and test prep resources, has launched dozens of new courses, including a year-long program on modern world history and a new math course.
In response to the pandemic, schools very rapidly deployed technologies for teaching, learning, and collaborating in an online or hybrid environment. They also developed the capacity of teachers and students to use all these tools. But now what should their plan be moving forward?