K-12 Education sees rise in online learning during 2013

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Results of a K12.Inc survey of 165 “education leaders” on their provision of online learning.

“Findings this year show that blended learning programs continue to outpace fully online programs, with two-thirds of respondents reporting use of a blended model. However, full-time online programs in districts with 10,000-plus students grew significantly from 27 percent in 2012 to 48 percent in 2013.

Other survey highlights include:

• 81 percent offer online courses, compared to 66 percent in 2012;
• 82 percent offer an online credit recovery program; and
• 66 percent use a blended learning model, compared to 34 percent that primarily use a fully online learning model.”

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