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In a previous blog post, we’ve examined online and distance education enrollment rates at postsecondary institutions across the United States. In this post, we’ll provide some local context by examining distance education enrollment rates at both public and private… Read more

The Online Learning Consortium is launching a new special interest area addressing the research and practice of K-12 online teaching and learning. Twenty-five concurrent sessions at the 21st Annual Online Learning Consortium International Conference 2015 will address the latest… Read more

To help stakeholders meet the educational challenges they face and better support online learners, the search is on for a new full-time quantitative researcher for MVLRI. The person in this position will build the Institute team’s capacity to use… Read more

For the first time, the recently released Digest of Education Statistics 2013 includes statistics on the percentages of undergraduates and graduates who took distance education and online courses. The 940-page Digest, released in May by the National Center for… Read more

For the first time, the recently released Digest of Education Statistics 2013 includes statistics on the percentages of undergraduates and graduates who took distance education and online courses. The 940-page Digest, released in May by the National Center for… Read more

The experience of learning online during high school develops independence and confidence with technology says Ed Lawless, Principal of Pamoja Education. After five years as the only approved provider of International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme online courses, Pamoja Education recently… Read more

MVLRI’s Collaborative meetings are designed to bring researchers and practitioners together virtually in order to share opportunities for collaboration, including but not limited to research, grants, publications, presentations, as well as request critical feedback on current research. The Collaborative… Read more

Students currently have an unprecedented level of choice when it comes to the courses they take and the subjects they learn in school. In Michigan, this is made evident by the goals of Section 21F of the State School… Read more

How do online schools and curriculum providers attend to the myriad needs of teachers, students, and staff? This constant juggling act requires skill, tact, and most of all, data. To cite one example, Scout from the University of California… Read more

We are posting this for Kristine Pytash and Jennifer Nigh of Kent State University who are conducting a study of online writing teachers. Please share this out with your networks. Two Kent State University researchers are currently searching for… Read more

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