Educational Technology

June 13, 2017

Why Bad Online Courses Are Still Taught in Schools

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:35 am

By Zoë Kirsch and Stephen Smiley, Slate

This article is part of the Big Shortcut, an eight-part series exploring the exponential rise in online learning for high school students who have failed traditional classes. An increasing number of states are getting serious about vetting the online education companies that are now responsible for instructing a growing number of their kids. This is because many of the laws regulating them are toothless—and because of an aggressive political effort to maintain that status quo.

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