[Editor's Note: This story is Part 1 of our April series on Blended Learning. Check back every Thursday this month for the next installment!]

Too often, educators who are considering investing in blended learning pull back after hearing horror stories of good programs gone bad. Whether it’s botched rollouts, network snafus, or general apathy that kills an initiative, many telling signs can be traced back to the planning and initial support stages.

We won’t pretend that our district has everything figured out, but after seven years of blended learning, going 1:1 at our four secondary schools and all fifth grades, and having...

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Mark D. Benigni is superintendent and Barbara A. Haeffner is the director of curriculum and instructional technology at Meriden Public Schools in Connecticut.