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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2018 (Mar 26, 2018) pp. 672–677
The researchers produced case studies for Ohio, Wisconsin, Idaho, Washington, and Michigan The goal of these case studies was to describe the enrollment, characteristics, and performance of virtual and blended schools over the previous year; discuss ...
Topics: K-12 Online Learning
Gary Miron; Brian Horvitz; Charisse Gulosino; Luis Huerta; Jennifer King Rice; Sheryl Rankin Shafer; Larry Cuban
This national study, which comprehensively reviews 311 virtual schools operating in the United States, finds serious and systemic problems with the nation's full-time cyber schools. Despite virtual schools' track record of students falling behind...
How Do Students Behave When Using A Tutoring System? Employing Data Mining to Identify Behavioral Patterns Associated to The Learning of Mathematics
International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) Vol. 15, No. 22 (Nov 30, 2020) pp. 39–58
The inclusion of technology in the academic processes has led to constant innovation and investment of resources to offer a first-level educational service, with international standards, methodologies, study plans, and last generation laboratories....
This 2015 report is third in a series of annual reports on virtual education in the U.S. It is organized in three major sections: Section I examines the policy and political landscape associated with virtual schooling and describes the current state ...
Luis Huerta; Jennifer King Rice; Sheryl Rankin Shafer; Michael K. Barbour; Gary Miron; Charisse Gulosino; Brian Horvitz
This report is the second of a series of annual reports by the National Education Policy Center (NEPC) on virtual education in the U.S. The NEPC reports contribute to the existing evidence and discourse on virtual education by providing an objective ...