As K–12 blended learning has grown, efforts have popped up across the country to create breakthrough proof points that stretch our collective understanding of what is possible for students, Forbes reports. This is important work, but the system needs more than one-off proof points. The field also likely needs to take the simpler, seemingly more straightforward innovations and create opportunities for them to scale to pave the way for high quality personalized learning options for all students...


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