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Posted December 4, 2013 by admin
Miron cites a number of factors at work driving the surge in interest in the online arena among for-profit operators. State policies have encouraged the growth of online programs, in some cases by requiring students to take an online class. But commercial companies have also found a bigger profit margin managing virtual schools than they […]Read More
Posted December 2, 2013 by admin
The study’s authors and other academic psychologists said such findings should be considered by educators designing curricula, particularly the Common Core standards adopted by most states, which assign students more nonfiction. Read more here…Read More