79 Percent of School Leaders Use Online Learning as Alternative for Struggling Students

by Education World

A survey of school leaders throughout the nation has revealed some key findings about how and why they implement online and blended learning in their schools and districts. It found that four-fifths (79 percent) of all educators surveyed said the number one reason behind why they decided to implement blended learning and online programs into their schools is to offer an alternative to students struggling in a traditional learning environment. “Three other factors were tied for second: providing access to courses otherwise not available, providing flexibility for the time and place students can access courses, and offering a personalized learning experience,” the report said.


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