More virtual schools are adding brick-and-mortar facilities

08/1/2011 | Harvard Education Letter

Schools that started as at-home, online-based programs have started offering more in-person instruction in recent years. The trend is in response to the growing belief that students learn best from a blend of virtual learning and classroom instruction -- backed up by a U.S. Department of Education study issued last year -- that has prompted traditional schools to add virtual instruction and online schools to use more brick-and-mortar classroom settings. "Both ends of the bridge are meeting in the middle," said Mickey Revenaugh, an executive with Connections Learning.

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