Blackboard Inc. and Project Tomorrow today released the results of a survey that demonstrates growing momentum in online learning, reports CNN. The report, "Learning in the 21st Century: A Trends Update," examines the views of more than 250,000 K-12 students, teachers and parents in over 3,000 schools nationwide. The online survey was conducted by Project Tomorrow, a national education nonprofit organization formerly known as NetDay, in the fall of 2007, and serves as an update to the 2007 report "Learning in the 21st Century: A National Report of Online Learning."
According to the survey, more than four in 10 students (41 percent) say that online classes will have the greatest positive impact on their learning, nearly double the percentage that said so in 2006…

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