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May 29, 2019

A look inside online learning settings in high schools

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Carolyn J. Heinrich, Jennifer Darling-Aduana, Annalee Good, and Huiping (Emily) Cheng; Brookings

Research evidence stresses the importance of continued live interactions between teachers and students as online instruction is adopted, as well as more collaborative (rather than independent) interactions with online instructional programs. Yet enormous differences in schools’ commitment and capacity to implement and support high-quality online instruction raise the specter of differential access by student race and socioeconomic status to quality learning experiences. Indeed, we find reasons for concern about the implications of online learning for equality in educational outcomes.

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