Check out these seven helpful online and Blended Learning sources from the International Association for K-12 Online Learning.
Our friends at iNACOL have been busy lately. In addition to bringing together more than 2,500 believers in personalized learning at the International Blended and Online Learning Symposium, they’re producing a wealth of valuable resources to help aid in the implementation of high-quality online and blended learning in schools and districts across the globe.
These new papers add to an impressive list of existing resources, including some of our favorite places to point people like the K-12 Online and Blended Learning Database, National Quality Standards, CompetencyWorks and How to Start an Online Learning Program website.
Here are seven new sources from iNACOL:
This succinct, well-presented set of “fast facts” includes key K-12 Online Learning statistics, fact and figures as well as online policy trends across states and top federal policy issues and top state policy needs.
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