A new report on eLearning urges state lawmakers and boards of education to lead education into the 21st century by rethinking education policies, guaranteeing equity for all learners, and delivering high-quality online instruction.

The nearly $7 billion that schools spend each year on technology has resulted in "islands of innovation," the report says. But the quality of these programs varies widely, and poor and minority students often are excluded.

The study, "Any Time, Any Place, Any Path, Any Pace: Taking the Lead on eLearning Policy," was released in October


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