Beginning with the Education Week’s Digital Directions.
Montana’s Rising Online Enrollments Prompt Higher Budget Request
Montana state schools superintendent Denise Juneau is asking lawmakers to provide more funding to the state’s digital academy to meet rising demand. (Digital Education)
Also the SmartBrief for EdTech.
Students have an opportunity to turn around grades online
EdTech magazine (1/3)
GradLink program helps dropouts earn degrees online
Arizona Daily Star (Tucson) (1/4)
Back to the regular Google News alert for virtual school.
Education collaborative exploring idea for virtual school
MetroWest Daily News
With a new law on the way opening the door for more virtual schools in the state, a local education collaborative could be among the first to try to start one. The Education Cooperative (TEC), which counts Framingham, Natick, Holliston, Hopkinton …
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Finally, the Google News alert for cyber school.
Don’t set school rules based on fear
All this paranoia will increase parental demand for cyber schools and for … Most kids are safer at school than at home, but with near 24-7 coverage of the …
School uses laptops to enable learning
Lodi Unified has been somewhat resistant to Neely’s proposal to start a cyber school, however. Neely presented his idea in late June, but his colleagues on …
Danville Area School District considers cyber classes
Sunbury Daily Item
By Robert Stoneback The Danville News DANVILLE — Danville Area School District officials will meet later this month to discuss what advantages cyber classes …