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July 21, 2017

Summer Reading: Blended Learning Results

From K12, Inc. yesterday…

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Blended Learning Student Stories and Academic Success
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9 Schools with Positive Blended Learning Outcomes
Academic Outcomes of 9 Blended and Online Learning Programs White Paper
The Evergreen Education Group and Fuel Education have partnered over the last year to research and document best practices of successful online and blended learning programs. The programs vary from blended learning schools to credit recovery programs within a traditional school.

Download this paper to learn how these schools achieved strong academic outcomes, view typical student schedules for each program, understand key characteristics of successful programs, recognize how to measure academic performance of blended programs and more.

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What Students are Saying About Blended Learning
What Students are Saying About Their Experience in Blended Learning Programs

Blended learning is a rapidly growing instructional model that is redefining the education landscape. Districts are creating blended schools, and schools are providing blended instruction, for a wide variety of reasons and in an assortment of ways. These innovative schools and caring teachers demonstrate pioneering practices that are helping students reach their aspirations.

Want to hear from the students? Download Fuel Education’s latest white paper that focuses on students in blended learning—schools brief accounts of their stories, why they chose a blended school and the unique ways in which the schools are serving their needs.

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