Study finds growth but limits on online K-12 education

10/29/2013 | Education Week

Both public and private K-12 schools are increasing their focus on virtual education, according to a recent report released by the Evergreen Education Group. While there has been an increase, there also has been "continued unevenness in that growth," said John Watson, one of the authors of the study. "There are still plenty of states where students don't have a full range of online courses, and online schools and blended options and opportunities."

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