Online learning has untapped potential for students across the nation, and while the COVID-19 pandemic forced classrooms online in early 2020, that doesn't mean learning became more innovative and personalized. To what extent have educators used the pandemic as an opportunity to realize online learning's benefits?
A new brief from the Clayton Christensen Institute examines that very question, pulling from surveys
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