Best Practices for Implementing Online and Blended Learning in K–12 School Districts

November 14, 2014

An increasing number of schools and school districts are implementing online and blended learning to help boost graduation rates; address academic shortfalls across multiple student populations; expand their course catalogs; and provide a flexible, personalized learning experience for every student. To ensure the success of these programs—whether they are individual courses or full-time online programs—it is important to understand the challenges and obstacles educators may face.

This webinar will examine results from Market Data Retrieval (MDR)'s 2014 Benchmark Report, an annual survey of experienced educators that looks at best practices when implementing online and blended education programs in K–12 schools.

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