Survey: Students want more online learning

06/28/2011 | Education Week

A survey of roughly 400,000 teachers, students and parents shows that about 40% of students believe online learning is an important part of their education. Schools and districts are continuing to integrate more technology and online learning into the curriculum -- a change that many students are seeking -- but some are still struggling to keep up with student demand, the findings show. The survey, by Project Tomorrow and Blackboard K-12, reflects an update of the group's ongoing Speak Up research project.

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