Virtual School Meanderings

September 12, 2021

EBSCO Alerts

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ebscoFirst, the alert for virtual schools.

1. TI- MarketLine Company Profile: Edmentum Inc.
JN- Edmentum, Inc. MarketLine Company Profile
PD- 7/30/2021, p1-24
PG- 24p
DT- 20210730
PT- Article
AN- 152236723

Next, the alert for cyber schools.

1. TI- Harnessing Learner Interest: Integrating Interactive Online Learning in the Foreign Language Classroom.
AU- Wilkins, Bushra  1  bushra.wilkins@dliflc.edu
JN- Journal of Language Teaching & Learning
PD- 2021, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p138-147
PG- 10p
DT- 20210701
PT- Article
DE- Language & languages
DE- Online education
DE- Foreign language education
SU- Blended learning
SU- Interactive learning
SU- Computers in education
KW- Asynchronous Online Discussion
KW- Discussion Board
KW- Engagement
KW- Foreign Language
KW- Online Interaction
IC- 611630 Language Schools
AD- 1 Defense Language Institute Language Center, (DLIFLC)
IS- 21461732
AN- 152241254

Finally, I did not receive the alert for K-12 online learning.

September 11, 2021

Virtual Schooling In The News

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InTheNewsBeginning with Education Dive.

K-12 DIVE TRENDLINE

Improving literacy in K-12 students

Literacy is among the most critical areas of academic concern from the pandemic’s ongoing impacts on students. Discover how educators are combatting the digital divide and inspiring students to read in this Trendline.

Next, the EdSource Today.

By Diana Lambert, EdSource
At least five rural schools temporarily closed this week to stop Covid outbreaks from spreading. More are planning to close next week.
By Betty Márquez Rosales, EdSource
California has mandated that all school districts provide independent study as the only online learning option for students in grades K-12.
By John Fensterwald, EdSource
State leaders recognize crisis some districts face but don’t backtrack from applying independent study to students sidelined by delta variant.
With Covid cases surging again, tens of thousands of students across California have chosen independent study rather than in-person classes. But school districts are struggling to provide independent study for all students who want it, with some students waiting weeks to get assigned to a teacher.
Host Zaidee Stavely talks with reporter Betty Márquez Rosales about the frustrations shared by parents and district officials. A parent from Mojave Unified School District in Kern County shares the heartbreak she feels after her sons’ struggles with distance learning seem destined to repeat in independent study.

Moving on to the various item from Education Week.

High school student working on computer at home.
CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY
How Can Schools Keep Quarantined Students Learning?
COVID-19 quarantines at the start of the school year have thrown students into a “constant state of disequilibrium,” said one teacher.
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CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY,OPINION
20 Suggestions About Teaching in a Class Where All Students Have Laptops
One tip from experienced teachers: Working in a one-to-one classroom is more about a shift in teaching and learning than the use of devices.
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TEACHING,OPINION
Yes, Remote Learning Can Work for Kindergartners
It’s hard to believe, but my 5- and 6-year-olds may have had a more successful 2020 than many adults, writes one kindergarten teacher.
Conceptual image of a parent and child walking on a path together.
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MARKETPLACE K-12
FCC Will Open Second Round of Funding to Support At-Home Connectivity
The FCC’s second application window for its $7 billion, out-of-school connectivity fund is focused on supporting future tech purchases.
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COVID-19: How Tech Could Transform Education (The Economist)

Could avatars, AI, and digital classrooms change learning for ever?

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Why Teachers Struggle Making the Jump From Classrooms to Ed. Companies (EdWeek Market Brief)

For many educators, the path from the classroom to the corporate world can be daunting. Former teachers and company officials say they’ve learned important lessons about how businesses can make the transition easier.

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K-12 Dealmaking: Follett Sells K-12 Software and Content Division to Global Investment Firm (EdWeek Market Brief)

Follett’s K-12 content and software division is being sold to Francisco Partners, and U.S. regulators have approved the merger of game-based learning platform Kahoot! with single-sign-on provider Clever.
CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY
Personalized Learning: Same Subject. Same Teacher. 3 Different Student Experiences
Tailoring instruction to the needs of individual students is hard. It takes a lot of planning.
BRIC ARCHIVE
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MARKETPLACE K-12
Follett Sells K-12 Software and Content Division to Global Investment Firm
Follett’s K-12 content and software division is being sold to Francisco Partners, and U.S. regulators have approved the merger of game-based learning platform Kahoot! with single-sign-on provider Clever.
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MARKET TRENDS
Why Teachers Struggle Making the Jump From Classrooms to Ed. Companies
For many educators, the path from the classroom to the corporate world can be daunting. (Premium article from EdWeek Market Brief.)
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Next, the different mailings from eSchool News.

4 strategies to boost student engagement
A new school year in the middle of a pandemic brings uncertainty—but student engagement is still key to a positive classroom, whether in person or online.

Also, the variety of newsletters from ASCD.

A look at some schools’ fall options for online learning
A look at some schools' fall options for online learning
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Many colleges planned to return to campus full time for fall, but as coronavirus cases surge, students and faculty have expressed reluctance about in-person lessons. This article looks at some of the different approaches schools are taking to keeping academic standards high in a constantly shifting environment.

Full Story: Inside Higher Ed (9/3)

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How to make the most of student laptops in class
How to make the most of student laptops in class
(Pixabay)
Student laptops became a regular feature of remote learning, but the devices also can be useful in the classroom, according to some educators who offer their tips in this blog post. Teachers should offer students lessons on relevant programs and apps, particularly accessibility features that help support learning for students with disabilities, notes language educator Michelle Makus Shory.

Full Story: Education Week (9/7)

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Online college offers benefits over in-person for some
Online college offers benefits over in-person for some
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College students with additional life responsibilities, such as adult learners and parents, are finding that online learning is more helpful than in-person learning for forging new paths and achieving goals. Virtual office hours can play a big part in success, as can recorded lessons, Stanford University computer science professor John Mitchell says in this interview.

Full Story: WGBH-TV/AM/FM (Boston) (9/2)

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Teacher makes room in class for digital storytelling
Teacher makes room in class for digital storytelling
(Allison Shelley/Deeper Learning)
A trial run in 2020-21 at digital storytelling has made it a staple in the class of Kimberly Hellerich, a high-school English teacher. In this article, Hellerich writes about the experience of her 11th-graders, shares a guide to digital storytelling and demonstrates how it can help students examine “different interpretations of an art form” and tell their own stories.

Full Story: Edutopia (9/8)

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Ill. law mandates online learning accessibility
Illinois schools have until next August to bring online education platforms up to accessibility standards, in accordance with a new measure signed into law on Thursday. The new law, which applies to all K-12 schools in the state as well as third-party vendors, is intended to ensure equal access to education materials for all students, says state Sen. Cristina Pacione-Zayas, D-Chicago.

Full Story: WGN-TV (Chicago) (9/2)

Coronavirus complicates return to in-person learning
The start of the school year has been disrupted by the Delta variant of the coronavirus, which has caused many students to quarantine and some classes and campuses to be closed because of outbreaks. In Mississippi, for example, more than 20,000 students quarantined after the first week of the school year.

Full Story: NBC News (9/4)

Educators: Learning loss is not top concern for schools
“Learning loss,” “getting back to normal” and reviving lagging test scores are not the top concerns facing schools, according to input from 4,000 students interviewed by over 200 teachers. These issues are promoted by the media and policymakers as the primary challenges in K-12 education, but those closest to the classroom say the biggest concerns are rundown school facilities and an “overstuffed curriculum” that lacks opportunity for personal connection and interest-based exploration, among others.

Full Story: EdSurge (9/7)

Tips to help integrate Flipgrid into lessons
Alan Biles-Liddell, head of English at Myddelton College in North Wales, shares six tips to help teachers use the Flipgrid platform in classroom lessons. In this commentary, Biles-Liddell writes about the Gridpals feature, which allows teachers and students to connect with schools, classes and teachers worldwide.

Full Story: TES (UK) (9/7)

How to use Google Earth in lessons
Teachers can use Google Earth to teach students about geography and other subjects, writes Stephanie Smith Budhai, associate professor of education at Neumann University in Pennsylvania. In this commentary, Budhai shares a landforms exploration lesson and several tips to help use the platform in lessons.

Full Story: Tech & Learning (9/7)

Other News

Back to the regular Google News alert for virtual school.

V.I.S.D. to launch Victoria Virtual School for Covid-19 positive students – Crossroads Today

VICTORIA, Texas – Victoria I.S.D. is set to launch Victoria Virtual School (VVS) for Covid-19 positive students, beginning Wednesday, Sept. 8.

Who is sending your child to virtual school – Live 5 News

Who is sending your child to virtual school … CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) – As schools contend with a growing number of COVID-19 cases and close contacts, some have …

Parents fear virtual school derailed students learning as SOL scores published | Fairfax …

“The massive decline in standardized test scores in Fairfax County Public Schools validates what parents have said for more than a year: virtual school is a …

Rundle Studio offers online class for disabled students learning | rdnewsnow.com

This new virtual school belongs to the Rundle College Society, which is an independent, co-educational day school in Calgary which caters to students with …

7-year-old Denver student with disabilities told she can’t learn online – Chalkbeat Colorado

And every day since. While her peers returned to their classrooms, Pearl has been at home, waiting. Denver Public Schools is offering both in-person and virtual …

Virtual school becomes a reality in San Jacinto | Valley News

The San Jacinto Technology Institute was in the planning stages for a few years before the pandemic helped to accelerate its opening.

Just 2 percent of students on Henrico Virtual Academy waitlist accepted into program | The …

Aneesha Johnson was shocked on Monday when she received an email from HCPS notifying her that her son did not get a spot at the fully virtual school.

Virtual learning options still available in West Michigan | wzzm13.com

Rockford Public Schools created a virtual school because of the pandemic. Now, it’s a program sticking around and operating for families in unique …

Madison School District will accommodate all 750 4K-5 virtual requests, despite planning for 150

Virtual School Photo Essay 15-03102021164220 (copy). Emerson Elementary School first-grader Sam Cechvala watches the screen of his school issued laptop, …

New law gives NC school districts remote-learning options | Charlotte Observer

… at least one day of school in the first 10 days of school or be removed from CMS enrollment at the assigned school and the virtual school waiting list.

The pandemic threw a spotlight on the virtues of virtual school – Deseret News

… has watched a slow and steady growth as students around the state have discovered, for various reasons, that virtual school is the best fit for them.

Edmonds Kind of Play: Gearing up for next week’s return to school

If a student is home sick or needs to isolate/quarantine due to COVID-19, they will receive assignments to complete at home. During our virtual school meeting, …

VISD to offer online classes for students isolating because of COVID-19 – Victoria Advocate

Victoria Virtual School is a short-term, night school option for pre-K through 12th grade students, according to a Friday news release from the Victoria …

Back to school in Macomb County

COVID-19 protocols: Center Line will have full-time, face-to-face learning this fall, but families have the option to attend fully virtual school through an …

Michigan pandemic relief dollars went to for-profit cyber schools | COVID-19 | record-eagle.com

K12 also runs another virtual school in Mesick called Highpoint Virtual Academy. That school received $2,482 per student. On a per-pupil basis, …

It is important to get students’ attention – The Hans India

Virtual school experience has brought out the best in us. We as teachers were inquirers and risk-takers by exploring and using various tech tools during the …

Les # Édubrèves – September 5, 2021 edition – Vaughan Today

Since 2016, Succès scolaire, now recognized as a virtual school by the Ministry of Education, has helped more than 10,000 students continue their education.

China’s Advanced 5G Technologies – OpenGov Asia

Last month, the government launched a virtual school concept that will allow millions of eligible students outside the school system to complete their …

Brainwashed kids stuck at home during a pandemic with QAnon and anti-bakers – Texas News Today

Equally big problem is that while stuck at home during a pandemic, many students were interrupted in virtual school days by the screams of their parents who …

How to Relinquish The Unrealistic Expectations of Your Manager – BBN Times

… had twelve salespeople with various experience levels, and was responsible for helping his young kids navigate virtual school at home.

ACPS says virtual school is at full capacity, creates waitlist – – CBS19 News –

For the virtual school, ACPS allotted 25 educators and a principal who would operate entirely online, rather than split classes in-person and virtual.

‘You feel more connected’: LPS’ virtual school draws together students from across Lincoln

Thomsen is one of nearly 40 teachers leading classes as part of Lincoln Public Schools’ remote learning program — a one-year virtual school for students in …

Volunteering with children remains virtual due to safety concerns, vaccine ineligibility – The Chronicle

At first, the group struggled to get kids logged on to Zoom after a full day of virtual school. As they continue their programming online, Guan said they …

COVID-19 Cases, Absences Force Richardson ISD School Online – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

“My daughter was in virtual school through March of last year, so we’ve done this, we know the drill, we know what to do,” McGlothlin said.

Virtual office hours accommodate student burnout | Opinions | collegiatetimes.com

Zoom has become the primary means of communication for the virtual school experience, and it is only logical to continue to utilize it for something like …

After Covid-19 Lockdowns, Children Struggle to Rekindle Close Friendships – WSJ

Months into virtual school last year, Elyssa Katz witnessed her son Noah, age 9, start to lose interest in his best friend. Since the two couldn’t see each …

‘The poor kids were lost’ | Lead Stories | Jamaica Gleaner

Describing the last academic year as tumultuous, the principal is fearful of a repeat of the virtual school woes for the new term.

Form 1s to start school no later than two weeks after getting results – Loop Trinidad & Tobago News

Students have been participating in virtual school since. Download the Loop News Caribbean app to keep up to date with all the latest news right in the palm …

Becoming a Morning Person Doesn’t Have to Be Hard – WSJ

Virtual school meant no frenzied dropoffs; remote workers ditched the commute. What else was there to do, stuck at home? A Nielsen survey from June 2020 …

Florida Education Association Safe Schools Report: COVID-19 pushing districts to a

She said by the looks of virtual school, he will have a small chance for success. “I realized this is going to be extremely challenging,” Barrett said. With …

Special needs student removed from Lee Virtual School – Fox 4 News

But this year, that program is gone, and the only option left is Lee Virtual School, where students are required to complete assignments on their …

Approach virtual schooling with care – The Boston Globe

Azell Cavaan, a spokesperson for the Springfield schools, says the district decided to open the Springfield Virtual School amid “great interest” …

Parents frustrated by delays signing children up for virtual school – WMUR

Parents frustrated by delays signing children up for virtual school. VLACS acknowledges enrollment problems as it becomes state’s main remote …

Georgetown County School District allowing families to apply for virtual school for K-6 students

(WMBF) – Georgetown County families who want to transfer their young students to virtual school may have a chance to do so. The Georgetown County …

Citing COVID-19 concerns, Noblesville moves upcoming school board to virtual for … – IndyStar

Those who attend the next Noblesville school board meeting will do so virtually, due to increasing COVID-19 cases as well as previous meetings …

If approved, Senate Bill 15 would allow school districts to offer virtual learning option – KBTX

Districts would also need to establish accountability ratings for the virtual school program. Staff discussed with the board that Bryan ISD would …

Germantown expanding virtual school grades to K-12 – Daily Memphian

Germantown expanding virtual school grades to K-12. By Abigail Warren, Daily Memphian Updated: September 08, 2021 4:32 PM CT | Published: …

Social Worker offers four tips to manage another virtual school year – Loop Trinidad & Tobago News

Social Worker offers four tips to manage another virtual school year. Tevin Gall. September 7, 2021 09:19 AM ET …

NIOS to Offer Board Exams Online from 2022, Launches Virtual School – News18

Apart from online exams, NIOS has also launched the first of its kind virtual school that will not only have online classes but also practical …

Staff Shortages Cause ‘Frustrating and Unacceptable’ Start to New APS Virtual Learning …

Ms. Jackson has experience leading a virtual school and will be supported by retired APS principals with expertise in logistics, special education …

7 True Stories From Virtual School – The New York Times

7 True Stories From Virtual School. Teachers, administrators and service providers talk about what remote teaching is really like.

‘We know this did not have to happen’ || Immunocompromised Knox Co. student denied virtual …

April Tipton said she begged district leaders to move her son Colton to virtual school, which she said ended up in rejection three different times …

Full-time Virtual Virginia enrollment is 18 times higher than 2 years ago as local school …

Virtual school. Kash Gee (left) did schoolwork as her sister, Kylie Butler, did homework in the family’s garage, which had been converted into a …

Student accidentally placed on school bus in PG County | wusa9.com

… needs to be socialized and out of the house instead of doing virtual school, so I’m going to give them another chance to right their wrongs.

Senate Bill 15 Overview | Texas Education Agency

State law does provide for this, but only in the full-time virtual school network program, where funding is completion-based.

Over 450 students enroll in Burnsville district’s fully online school | Savage News | swnewsmedia.com

The Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan District closed enrollment for its virtual school, 196Online, after enrolling over 620 students.

DeSantis lawyers try to dismiss federal school mask case; ruling to come soon – Tampa Bay Times

… four research schools, one for the school for the deaf and blind, one for Florida’s virtual school and one for the youth development center. ).

Beaufort County SC schools change classes for quarantines | Hilton Head Island Packet

Beaufort County School District is bringing back a virtual school option — but only for some students. Superintendent Frank Rodriguez announced …

Philly parents disgusted by rampant schoolyard trash – WHYY

After a year and a half of virtual school for most students, socializing with friends is one thing many kids had been missing.

Moms Are Less Likely To Return To The Workforce Post-Covid—Here’s How Employers Can Help

Even though women with children want to return to work, they are often challenged with virtual school and daycare closures, lack of childcare and …

Greenfield Commonwealth Virtual School has rise in applications – The Recorder

Morrissey said the Greenfield Commonwealth Virtual School sees students from across the state — from as far east as Martha’s Vineyard to as far west …

Gov. Greg Abbott signs law enabling virtual learning expansion in Texas during pandemic

It also asks for a one-year commitment to the virtual school. In recent months, some have criticized the governor for not acting sooner to help …

Abbott signs law allowing Texas school districts to expand virtual learning | TheHill

I disagree 100% with virtual school… It doesnt work, learning gains drop. Even though this bill has provisions for students “who did well” …

Students and parents share Covid-19 concerns as the school year starts – CNN

Virtual school made it so much easier for me. I didn’t have to deal with some of those pressures.” As schools reopen across the US, many children …

School Is Back and the Covid Rules Keep Changing: ‘It’s as Chaotic as You Can Get.’ – WSJ

But unlike last year, this year the district has opened a virtual school for remote lessons. Mr. Carvalho said the school has enrolled 4,000 students …

Plano ISD to pilot Virtual Academy program for students in grades K-6 | Community Impact

Students participating in the virtual school will receive both synchronous and asynchronous instruction, according to the district website. District …

An Eighth Grader Was Tired of Being Late to Zoom School. So He Made an App for That. – EdSurge

“I’m anticipating that with all the COVID things that are going on, there’s going to be a lot of virtual school, so I’m probably going to talk to …

President, first lady visit DC middle school to promote vaccines, in-person learning – WUSA9.com

… man shared his experience as a scholar who has thrived academically but was nonetheless affected by the immense challenge of virtual school.

School leaders and experts join ABC13 ‘COVID-19 & Our Schools’ town hall

… Garcia for a town hall tackling everything from virtual school options and mask mandates, to protections for teachers and high risk students.

MIT Students Make STEM Come Alive for Boston Middle Schoolers in Free, Virtual Camp … – The 74

… which encouraged students to lean into their interests, helped them stay engaged via Zoom after another virtual school year.

Finally, the Google News alert for cyber school.

Tough decision for parents: Cyber-school, home-school, or back to school? | wnep.com

SCRANTON, Pa. — For some, it was a tough choice. For others, it was an easy decision. Newswatch 16 heard from families all over Northeastern and Central …

School districts using what they learned from pandemic to implement new remote learning options

The Academy program is not like a cyber school since it allows families to change their minds at the end of the quarter or semester and head back into the …

Cal-U freshman out $10000 after scholarship was taken away unexpectedly – WPXI

Seader said she was upfront about attending cyber school and does not understand why her eligibility suddenly changed. Betsie Trew, president of the foundation, …

Districts discussing, adjusting to mask mandate | | bedfordgazette.com

Bedford also listed its cyber school as an option for families. Superintendent Dr. Allen Sell said he was not sure how many families would seek exemptions …

Global Fashion Design and Production Software Market Report Future Prospects, Growth …

Global Cyber School Market Growth (Status and Outlook) 2021-2026. Cyber School Market report characterize imperative Portion and contenders of the market …

Michigan pandemic relief dollars went to for-profit cyber schools | COVID-19 | record-eagle.com

But the Manistee cyber school’s finances did. By the time the last wave of the pandemic relief money arrives, Great Lakes will have received $4,357 per …

Facing division, Centre County school districts prepare for PA mask mandate to take effect

Gregg Paladina, superintendent of Philipsburg-Osceola Area School District, implored parents in a Friday letter to consider the district’s cyber school if …

Cyber School Market to 2027 – Global Analysis and Forecasts – openPR.com

Cyber School Market to 2027 – Global Analysis and Forecasts By Type, Industry Vertical |Top key players-K12 Inc, Connections Academy, Pansophic Learning, …

Greater Latrobe students walk out over mask mandate – WTAE

… wear a mask must be enrolled in online classes, home school or cyber school by Thursday. Cyber school requires a student to withdraw from the district.

Kaleb M. Hoffman | News, Sports, Jobs – The Express – lockhaven.com

Kaleb was a 2013 graduate of PA Cyber School, and currently worked for SAS Retail Services. His work ethic was well noted by all former employers.

Mom, 20, earns diploma through adult literacy program, sets sights on BC3 – Allied News

She left traditional school for a more convenient cyber school, only to drop out as a junior who had a child with her boyfriend.

Cyber School Market Pricing Strategy, Industry Latest News, Top Company Analysis … – AlgosOnline

The latest Cyber School market report guides investors, marketers, businesses, and other stakeholders in making well-informed decisions pertaining to …

Mobile Water Treatment Market 2021: Industry Trends, Growth, Size, Segmentation, Future …

Global Cyber School Market Growth (Status and Outlook) 2021-2026

Most Valley students adhere to new mask mandate; some minor issues reported – The Daily Item

Stroup said, however, that most children want to be in the school building and an expected increase in cyber school enrollment has not occurred.

JMCSS leadership included principal reassignments, new hires this year – The Jackson Sun

Former cyber school principal Teresa McSweeney became the director of innovative grant. Former Alexander principal Carolyn Caldwell will be working as …

Statewide mask mandate for Pennsylvania schools takes effect | Times Leader

Ccaeducate. me… cyber school if you can. Funded from your kids public school. Bernie219 • 9 hours ago. Perhaps the dads can quit their jobs to …

Page 4 for September 8, 2021 | Press Enterprise Online

Cyber school student loved drawing, animals. Kadence M. Killian, 14, of Berwick went to be with the Lord on Monday, Sept. 6, 2021, at her home.

PA Cyber Seeing ‘Significant’ Boost After Gov. Wolf Announced Mask Mandate In Schools …

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The debate over maks is leading to some parents considering a move to cyber school. The CEO of PA Cyber told KDKA’s Jennifer …

Mask Debate: Increase Interest In PA Cyber – CBS Pittsburgh

The debate over maks apparently is leading to come parents considering a move to cyber school; KDKA’s Jennifer Borraso reports. 12 hours ago …

Cyber School Market 2021 Trending Technologies, Development Plans, Future Growth and …

The latest Cyber School market research report entails a comprehensive assessment of this industry, highlighting the factors that will impact the …

PA Cyber Charter Seeing Spike In Enrollments – CBS Pittsburgh

… In PA CyberThe debate over maks apparently is leading to come parents considering a move to cyber school; KDKA’s Jennifer Borraso reports.

Avella School Board Votes On Showing Opposition To Statewide School Mask Mandate …

“I have a lot of people behind me, if you don’t want to do what’s right by us and our children, I’m pulling my kid and I am putting him in cyber …

Why these teens built a no-code app to tackle climate change, locally – Technical.ly Philly

… app development, one of which is Thunkable,” said Amehja, a student at West Chester-based cyber school Pennsylvania Leadership Charter School.

Sep 10 | Homeschool Workshops – Elmwood Park Zoo | Norristown, PA Patch

REGISTRATION & MORE INFORMATION Cyber School & Homeschool Workshops are generously presented by. Interested Reply. Share. Write your replyReply …

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September 5, 2021

EBSCO Alerts

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 8:03 am
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ebscoFirst, I did not receive the alert for virtual schools.

Next, I received the alert for cyber schools, but there were no relevant items.

Finally, I also did not receive the alert for K-12 online learning.

So nothing to report this week.

September 4, 2021

Virtual Schooling In The News

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 7:01 am
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InTheNewsBeginning with Education Dive.

Survey: Pandemic digital learning tools will impact curriculum for years to come

Top techniques educators plan to continue using include online polling or quizzes, on-demand instructional videos and project-based learning.

Industry DiveTRENDLINE

Improving Literacy in K-12 Students

Literacy is among the most critical areas of academic concern amid the COVID-19 pandemic’s ongoing impacts on students. Discover what educators are doing to combat the digital divide in this new Trendline.

Report: Despite struggles, pandemic-era online learning holds promise for student-centered learning

Ed tech and blended learning approaches need to be high quality and have teacher buy-in to be effective, research says.

Next, the EdSource Today.

With Covid cases surging again, tens of thousands of students across California have chosen independent study rather than in-person classes. But school districts are struggling to provide independent study for all students who want it, with some students waiting weeks to get assigned to a teacher.
Host Zaidee Stavely talks with reporter Betty Márquez Rosales about the frustrations shared by parents and district officials. A parent from Mojave Unified School District in Kern County shares the heartbreak she feels after her sons’ struggles with distance learning seem destined to repeat in independent study.

Moving on to the various items from Education Week.

High school student working on computer at home.
CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY
How Can Schools Keep Quarantined Students Learning?
COVID-19 quarantines at the start of the school year have thrown students into a “constant state of disequilibrium,” said one teacher.
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EDUCATION
Virtual Schools Got Equal Pandemic Aid, Despite Little Disruption
Leaders of some traditional schools wonder why any aid went to virtual charter schools that were mostly conducting business as usual.
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MARKETPLACE K-12
McGraw Hill to Acquire Achieve3000, in Major Pairing of Classroom Product Providers
Two months after McGraw Hill announced it was being acquired by Platinum Equity, the education giant has entered into an agreement to acquire digital content provider Achieve3000.
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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
How to Fix 7 Fatal Flaws in Tech Professional Development
One silver lining of the pandemic is that it forced some districts to rethink their PD priorities and find new ways of training teachers.
A team analyses data and tracks progress
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TEACHING,OPINION
Yes, Remote Learning Can Work for Kindergartners
It’s hard to believe, but my 5- and 6-year-olds may have had a more successful 2020 than many adults, writes one kindergarten teacher.
Conceptual image of a parent and child walking on a path together.
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Next, the different mailings from eSchool News.

3 critical attributes for any edtech ecosystem—and where to find them
The COVID-19 pandemic is far from over—here’s how to ensure that your edtech resources can deliver essentials to students, no matter where they’re learning.

3 critical attributes for any edtech ecosystem—and where to find them

Securly Playbook: 5 Strategies for Hybrid Learning Success
Discover five foundational strategies districts should employ when developing their hybrid learning initiatives, complete with concrete steps administrators can take today to ensure sustainable hybrid learning success tomorrow, and beyond.

Securly Playbook: 5 Strategies for Hybrid Learning Success

Four Keys to Making Hybrid Learning Work
To support safe and socially distanced learning during the pandemic, many schools have created hybrid learning environments that combine face-to-face and online instruction. In most of these scenarios, the students who are learning remotely are taking part in live class sessions with their peers through video conferencing. This live hybrid learning model is less disruptive for teachers because they don’t have to prepare lessons separately for in-class and online students. It’s also more interactive for remote learners because it helps them feel like active members of the class.

Four Keys to Making Hybrid Learning Work

Also, the variety of newsletters from ASCD.

Study: Tech has teachers struggling to disconnect
Study: Tech has teachers struggling to disconnect
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The abundance of technology can make teachers feel as though they are “always on” and cannot disconnect from work, according to a study by Caroline Murphy, a researcher at the Kemmy Business School at the University of Limerick. Murphy says policies are needed that support “the healthy adoption of technology outside of school hours by both teachers and students.”

Full Story: Edutopia (8/27)

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CTE teachers test students’ career aptitude
CTE teachers test students' career aptitude
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To help career and technical education teachers assess students’ job aptitudes, YouScience has designed a digital tool to test students’ aptitudes before they take job certification exams. The goal is to help guide students to pursue careers that match their interests and abilities.

Full Story: Government Technology (8/27)

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5 teachers share pandemic lessons
5 teachers share pandemic lessons
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Five teachers in this article describe lessons they have learned during the ongoing pandemic. Rickey Townsend, a seventh-grade math teacher in Texas, says his students opened up more with him in Zoom chats after he shared his pronouns — he/him/his — and Jennifer Dao, a middle-school algebra teacher in Illinois, says she used technology to be more “intentional” with students.

Full Story: KQED-TV/FM (San Francisco) (8/30)

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Leaders discuss pandemic, global online education
Leaders discuss pandemic, global online education
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Three education leaders who have operated online schools during the coronavirus pandemic said during a recent panel discussion that the pandemic has greatly increased global demand for online education — both in high school and in higher education. Tomohiro Hoshi, head of school at Stanford Online High School, also spoke about potential backlash associated with online learning.

Full Story: EdSurge (8/24)

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How educators are planning for new school year
How educators are planning for new school year
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Educators in this blog post share how they are planning for the year ahead. Cristiane Galvao, who has taught English as a second language for 20 years, plans to include more activities that require group work and discussion, and Luiza Mureseanu, a secondary schoolteacher in the Peel District School Board, Ontario, says the pandemic demonstrated how to use technology to improve teaching.

Full Story: Education Week (8/28)

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Texas museums extend STEM engagement to students
Texas museums extend STEM engagement to students
Perot Museum of Nature and Science (George Rose/Getty Images)
Several museums in Texas are tapping creative outreach to engage students in STEM subjects, with such contributions as the online bilingual “Whynauts” science show from the Perot Museum of Nature and Science with more than 600,000 subscribers. The DoSeum in San Antonio is creating lesson plans that align with Texas art and science curriculum standards.

Full Story: The 74 (8/31)

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11.3M students labeled “movers,” “missed,” “muted”
11.3M students labeled "movers," "missed," "muted"
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About 1 in 5 students moved schools in the past 18 months, did not enroll in school or had challenges accessing education — referred to as “movers,” “missed” and “muted” — a report released Tuesday by Bellwether Education Partners found. This article highlights four key ways to support students this year and strengthen relationships with families.

Full Story: K-12 Dive (9/1)

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Opinion: Haphazard edtech funding can be improved
Opinion: Haphazard edtech funding can be improved
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The coronavirus pandemic has led to an influx of funding — including one-time philanthropic donations — for education technology, writes Allison Starks, a doctoral student at the University of California at Irvine and a former K-12 teacher and district technology integrator. In this commentary, Starks asserts that the haphazard way that school technology is funded can be improved.

Full Story: EdSurge (9/3)

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Plan intentionally for edtech purchases, processes
Plan intentionally for edtech purchases, processes
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Focusing on the end result instead of the technology tool itself can help school leaders select better edtech, Lakisha Brinson, director of instructional technology and library services at Metro Nashville Public Schools in Tennessee, says in this interview. Get people — from teachers and librarians to principals and district administrators — talking together about the end goals, and ensure edtech is “part of everyday planning and not an afterthought,” Brinson says.

Full Story: EdTech (9/2)

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Which apps, tools can improve flipped classrooms?
Which apps, tools can improve flipped classrooms?
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Video tools such as EdPuzzle and Screencast-O-Matic can enhance the effectiveness of flipped classrooms — where lectures become homework and problem-solving happens in class — more effective, according to teachers who employ the method. They also recommend several and content-sharing apps and hardware tools that can benefit flipped classrooms.

Full Story: Tech & Learning (9/1)

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Survey: COVID-19 was the catalyst for digital change
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a marker for digital transformation, with laggards losing business, according to a WNS survey of 101 digital transformation leaders. While digital literacy training has been accelerated, including among executives, many respondents reported lower levels of maturity in cybersecurity and data governance.

Full Story: TechRepublic (8/26)

Tips for educators to create accessible websites
Educators can make websites accessible for all audiences by using correct formatting, writing copy in plain English, having clear links that offer value and being mindful of color contrasts, says Laura Ogando, program manager for digital literacy and inclusion for the New York City Department of Education. Ogando recommends creating webpages, not simply uploading documents, to improve search engine optimization and ensuring content is optimized for vertical, mobile screens.

Full Story: Tech & Learning (8/30)

Students create videos about what they’ve learned
Hayley Thomas, a science specialist in the Irvine Unified School District in California, uses hands-on lessons to improve engagement and get to know her students. In this blog post, Thomas writes about how she uses the Twig Science curriculum’s Twig Create program to help students make their own videos that explore what they have learned.

Full Story: SmartBrief/Education (8/31)

Other News:

Back to the regular Google News alert for virtual school.

Notre Dame High School and Saint Mary’s School considering virtual school | WBOY.com

Notre Dame High School and Saint Mary’s School considering virtual school … CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – With COVID-19 numbers rising, several schools in north central …

Virtual school plans still tentative a week before school resumes – Times Union

To meet the need, BOCES organizations statewide are working with districts to set up fully virtual schools, but the eligibility criteria can vary from district …

Texas House advances expansion of virtual school beyond COVID-19 – Houston Chronicle

The House voted 115 to 3 to advance a bill Friday night to expand virtual learning programs for Texas schools beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.

Virtual schools saw little disruption, got equal virus aid | Health | chroniclejournal.com

Commonwealth Charter Academy, the largest virtual school in Pennsylvania, saw its enrollment double last school year, to nearly 20,000 students.

Fairfax County parents push for virtual learning amid rise in COVID-19 cases in Virginia schools

… had the option of doing concurrent learning this year, or were able to put my child in a virtual school setting, we absolutely would have,” said Turner.

School districts are asking Governor Bill Lee to allow schools to go virtual when necessary

Many are asking the Governor to include schools in a state of emergency so districts can have remote learning options. virtual school.png. By: Kelsey Gibbs.

Group calls on Gov. Bill Lee to implement a temporary mask requirement and virtual school option

Group calls on Gov. Bill Lee to implement a temporary mask requirement and virtual school option. The advocates said if Governor Lee doesn’t respond with a …

Parents Push NJ For Virtual School Option As Delta Variant Surges | Toms River, NJ Patch

The group says 33 states have permanent, free virtual school options through public and charter schools. “Many of these programs predated the pandemic, …

Little Rock School Board agrees to let superintendent use private firm for online instruction …

“We have said we will provide you with virtual school and we have tried to do everything possible to provide them with virtual school, but we may fall short …

Upshur County schools continue virtual education option for 2021-22 | WBOY.com

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. – One local county school system will continue to offer virtual school options this year. Upshur County schools has partnered with an …

Portland Public Schools capped enrollment for its virtual academy at 500 students. Then the …

The Hillsboro district has had a virtual school since 2012. For its first eight years, Hillsboro Online School’s enrollment numbered around 100.

Opinion: How to fix Canada’s education catastrophe in five steps – The Globe and Mail

We have come to call these children “third-bucket kids” – that is, kids who are neither in physical school (“Bucket 1”) nor in virtual school (“Bucket 2”).

Sep 1 | Audit Committee Meeting – Manatee Virtual School | Bradenton, FL Patch

Event listing from Manatee Virtual School: Wednesday, September 1 from 2:00 PM to 11:59 PM The agenda will be published 7 days prior to the meeting and will …

Forever Free review: how education fails Black children – and how to put it right … – The Guardian

The fantasy of virtual school as the wave of the future has come face to face with a reality born of 18 months in quarantine.

Toronto business owners persevere over lockdowns and a fire to start again – blogTO

“Students started to drop off because they were doing virtual school at the same time so it just became too much for them,” says Ellie.

Colorado reports first K-12 outbreaks of 2021 school year; most districts with clusters had no …

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock says the city will mandate all city employees and private sector workers in high-risk settings be vaccinated by Sept. 30. the …

College, Interrupted: A reflection on my pandemic gap year – The Georgetown Voice

I wasn’t sure I could endure what would likely be an entire year of virtual school. So, for the first time in my life, I decided to prioritize my wellbeing …

Xindongfang, Connections Academy, Florida Virtual School – The Market Writeuo

Online School Solutions Market Worth Observing Growth: Xindongfang, Connections Academy, Florida Virtual School. August 28, 2021. 6 Min Read.

Reader opposes masks in schools | News, Sports, Jobs – The Intermountain

Mr. Justice is threatening us with masks, virtual school, and lock downs… again. Let me start by saying, “Good job, sir, ’cause all that worked the last …

Vote No! Build rank-and-file committees to defend lives and public education! – WSWS

They will also be punished for choosing the Virtual School by losing their positions at their chosen schools. The deal is filled with vague language, …

As Delta Surges, JCPS Virtual School Runs Out Of Room – WFPL

JCPS decided to expand its existing virtual school, Jefferson County High School, for families not yet ready for in-person learning. It rebranded the school …

Mask mandates, virtual school options stretched by COVID case increases across Triad …

Mask mandates, quarantines, at-home learning options are all decisions being made — and altered — on the fly by elected school boards faced with making …

How Teachers Are Taking Lessons Learned From Virtual School Back to the Classroom – EdSurge

How Teachers Are Taking Lessons Learned From Virtual School Back to the Classroom · Lesson 1: Creating on-demand content makes learning more accessible · Lesson 2 …

Early County Schools now offering virtual school option due to COVID surge – WRBL

If you are interested in the virtual school option, you are asked to see the ECSS Limited Virtual Option for School/Class Interruptions or Other Extenuating …

Catholic secondary teachers not happy with Hybrid Learning Model – iHeartRadio

Elementary students have the option to either attend class or learn through a virtual school, but secondary students will have to view live classes remotely …

Canadian students share COVID anxieties for another pandemic school year – CityNews Toronto

But he’ll do what it takes to see the inside of a classroom for the first time in months. He doesn’t mince words when he recalls the shift to virtual school …

Fairfax and Loudoun County parents push for virtual school option as COVID-19 cases rise

Fairfax and Loudoun County parents push for virtual school option as COVID-19 cases rise. FCPS has reported an increasing number of daily student COVID …

VERIFY: Yes, CMS students can still transfer to the virtual academy – WCNC

“As we add additional staff we just want to make sure that all of our students enrolled in the virtual school are having a positive instructional experience …

Superintendent: Mask requirement now an attempt to prevent virtual school later – Yahoo News

Aug. 30—Due to a rise in COVID-19 cases the Cleburne County Board of Education has issued a temporary mask mandate for all students and employees until Sept …

LIST: What schools are open, on virtual learning after Hurricane Ida – WLOX

Biloxi Public School District will conduct a virtual school day on Tuesday, August 31. Ocean Springs School District will return to school on Tuesday, …

Volusia allowing virtual school enrollment after mask mandate; sign up starts Friday

The Volusia County school district is allowing families to enroll in Volusia Online Learning, its virtual school option, after enrollment was already closed …

Microsoft, Ed4All to deliver govt’s virtual school initiative – Mint

Education minister Dharmendra Pradhan said NIOS Virtual School is a new model of learning and is an example how leveraging technology and innovation can …

Some parents want virtual school options for 2021-2022 year as COVID-19 cases rise – WNCT

Online Originals: Some parents want virtual school options for 2021-2022 year as COVID-19 cases rise … GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) — Some local parents are asking …

Dorchester District 2 schools will move to virtual learning starting Tuesday – Live 5 News

Parent Andrew Leighty disagreed with the board’s decision to implement any virtual school and he calls the numbers misleading.

As virtual options split off from traditional school, interest dips – Chalkbeat

The availability of vaccines for adults and older students has alleviated some health concerns, many students are weary of virtual school, and pediatricians …

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board approves mandate for staff vaccines – Ottawa Citizen

… understand that as well in terms of choices they may have to make in terms of whether they keep their children in virtual school or go to in-person.”.

School district to reopen virtual option for all students – The Brunswick News

The virtual school option is a semester-long commitment by a student. Middle and high school students will be served using the Edgenuity platform, …

Fort Pierce mother struggles to find online learning option for son with autism – WPTV

— A Fort Pierce mother said she is still looking for a virtual school option for her high-risk son weeks into the school year. Zomara Grant said her 15-year-old …

Memphians demand district expand virtual learning options to stop the COVID spread in …

SCS currently operates one online academy, Memphis Virtual School, but it is only available to students in grades four through 12 and has an enrollment …

High Demand For Wisconsin School Districts’ Virtual Options As Delta Drives COVID-19 …

Applications For MMSD’s Virtual School Outstrips Expectations, Milwaukee Draws 1,600 Virtual Learners. By Madeline Fox. Published:.

Parents in Hamilton County can now switch to all-virtual school option every quarter | WTVC

Parents can choose to enroll their child in an all-virtual school for a new quarter. That’s not a new program. But now, parents can switch back to their …

Virtual school is still available through Florida Virtual School Flex program – Action News Jax

For many, virtual school enrollment has closed in Florida. However, there’s one program that is still available, The Florida Virtual School (FLVS) Flex …

As COVID surges, metro Atlanta parents seek virtual school options

As COVID surges, metro Atlanta parents seek virtual school options. Caitlin Snyder reacts as she helps her two daughters Zoie (left), 9,. Caption.

Texas Legislature passes bill funding virtual learning, but parents still shouldn’t expect to have that

… between kindergarten through twelfth grade in a “Midway Virtual School,” though the school district is still finishing arrangements for the program.

Hot Springs school district to go virtual for two weeks amid COVID surge | Wyoming News | trib.com

Covid; Education · Covid In Schools · Virtual School · Wyoming Covid Response · Dustin Hunt · Wyoming · School District · School · Medicine · Education …

As Beaverton School Board meets virtually, group protests – KGW

“We need to look at the future and masking our children is not the answer,” she said. Dozens rallied outside Beaverton School District offices Monday night …

As school year begins, some immunocompromised families feel left behind – The CT Mirror

His mom, Marney White, was hoping virtual school would continue into the new school year, given that she has a compromised immune system.

re being set up for failure’: Massachusetts’ hard line against remote learning this year has left …

Hundreds of parents have flocked to the state’s two statewide virtual schools — TEC Connections Academy Commonwealth Virtual School and Greenfield …

The ins and outs of fintech for kids as they head back to school – CPA Canada

Plus, boost financial savviness with CPA Canada’s free financial literacy virtual school sessions for kids, which covers virtual saving and bank accounts, …

Huron-Perth’s public board releases back to school plans | The Stratford Beacon Herald

The school board’s virtual school is still running this year, but only 279 elementary and secondary students have signed up, down from 948 last year.

Finally, the Google News alert for cyber school.

As Debate Over Masks Continues In Schools, Parents Turn To PA Cyber – CBS Pittsburgh

If this pace continues, the system could max out for the second year in a row, meaning parents considering cyber school should not sit on submitting their …

Virtual schools get same aid as others | News, Sports, Jobs – Daily Press

Pennsylvania, long a battleground in the cyber school debate, saw the largest sum, with $235 million going to 11 virtual schools.

Local Administrators Looking Forward to New School Year – exploreVenango.com

Loucks said he’s also happy the district has entered into a contract with one of the top cyber school providers in the nation, Strong Mind.

Pennsylvania schools making plans to spend pandemic windfall – WHYY

… for students to be two or three years below grade level when they enroll with the cyber school. About 55% of their students are low-income, Eller said.

Cyber School Market Comprehensive Insights – K12 Inc, Connections Academy, Pansophic Learning

This research investigates the Cyber School Market, including many important factors such as market size, market state, market trends, and forecast.

For some, Council Rock’s tomorrows bring fear, isolation, anxiety – Bucks County Courier Times

Editor’s Note: This is an open letter that a parent sent to the Council Rock School District’s school board members and the Bucks County Board of …

Global Cyber School Market 2026 Business Growth | K12 Inc,Connections Academy – SoccerNurds

LP INFORMATION recently released a research report on the Cyber School analysis, which studies the Cyber School industry coverage, current market …

Commonwealth Charter Academy is a free public cyber school for kids in Central Pa – WTAJ

It’s how school should work. Studio 814’s Rebecca Petner talks to Roberto Dattorre, Executive Vice President of Operations for CCA about the public cyber school …

‘Our staff is doing a great job’ WASD starts 2021-22 school year – The Record Herald

“We offer our First Choice Virtual Instruction Program cyber school (VIP), and we have 71 students from kindergarten to 8th grade enrolled in that,” Kline …

MW president: Mandate won’t go over well in his district | Coronavirus | dailyitem.com

Last year, 200 students enrolled in cyber school, which Stroup attributed to masks being required. At the start of the 2021-22 academic year, there were 55 …

Pennsylvania mandated masks in K-12 schools, day cares | Coronavirus | thetimes-tribune.com

Not exactly conducive to learning, they’d be better off in cyber school. Masks aren’t going to prevent much with kids who will constantly be putting their …

PA Cyber ​​Strengthens Five Regional Offices for Students and Families | State …

Midland, Pennsylvania, August 31, 2021 / PRNewswire /-The Pennsylvania Cyber ​​Charter School has relocated several regional offices to provide students and …

Looking at the 2021-22 school year – Times News

The district’s cyber school program, the Olympian Learning Connection, will be back this year. Instead of Jim Thorpe teachers, the Carbon Lehigh …

Radio-based instruction improves distance learning in Iligan – Philippine Information Agency

Through their cyber school, learners can download modules, answer activities and submit it through the internet. DepEd Iligan also extended its gratitude to …

Districts to comply with mask mandate | Local News | ncnewsonline.com

Currently, the district is not offering virtual or remote learning although some parents may choose a cyber school option. More information on the …

Ghostwriter’s big infrastructure. LockBit jumps its own gun on releasing stolen airline data …

Leidos Donates $1M Toward Huntsville Cyber School (Huntsville Business Journal) It is the only public magnet high school in the nation to integrate cyber …

Leidos Donates $1M Toward Huntsville Cyber School

It is the only public magnet high school in the nation to integrate cyber technology and engineering into all its academic disciplines.

Pennsylvania Orders Masks on School Children – The Epoch Times

Students spent most of the last school year in cyber school, isolated at their home computers. When they returned to classes, they wore masks as part of a …

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August 29, 2021

EBSCO Alerts

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 8:02 am
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ebscoFirst, the alert for virtual schools.

1. TI- Students’ affective engagement, parental involvement, and teacher support in emergency remote teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic: Evidence from a cross-sectional survey in China.
AU- Yang, Yang  1
AU- Liu, Keqiao  2
AU- Li, Miao  3  limiao@sdu.edu.cn
AU- Li, Siqi  4,5
JN- Journal of Research on Technology in Education
PD- Apr2021, p1-17
PG- 17p
IL- 1 Illustration, 3 Charts
DT- 20210427
PT- Article
AB- Abstract Emergency remote teaching has been widely implemented in the education system worldwide to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. Drawing upon data from a cross-sectional survey conducted in eight middle schools in eastern China (a sample size of 1,550 students and 1,550 parents), we employed multiple linear regressions with school fixed effects to examine the associations among student affective engagement, parental involvement, and teacher support in an emergency remote teaching environment. Our results show that higher levels of parental involvement and teacher support are associated with higher levels of student affective engagement with teacher support presenting the strongest relationship with student engagement. These findings contribute to the understanding of emergency remote teaching in different countries where schools and individual households devise varying strategies and solutions. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
AB- Copyright of Journal of Research on Technology in Education is the property of Routledge and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder’s express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This abstract may be abridged. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. (Copyright applies to all Abstracts.)
KW- affective engagement
KW- China
KW- Emergency remote teaching
KW- middle school students
KW- parental involvement
KW- teacher support
AD- 1 Center for Educational Science and Technology, Beijing Normal University
AD- 2 School of Public Finance and Public Administration, Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics
AD- 3 School of Philosophy and Social Development, Shandong University
AD- 4 College of Education for the Future, Beijing Normal University – Zhuhai Campus
AD- 5 Research Institute of Science Education, Beijing Normal University
IS- 15391523
DI- 10.1080/15391523.2021.1922104
AN- 151999423

Next, I did not receive the alert for cyber schools.

Finally, I also did not receive the alert for K-12 online learning.

So nothing to report this week.

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