Virtual School Meanderings

July 31, 2022

Statistics for July 2022

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As usual, a quick statistics entry this month.  In July 2022 there were 1,058 hits from 734 distinct visitors.  This was about 100 fewer hits and 50 fewer visitors as we saw in June 2022.  Similarly, it was about 600 fewer hits and 300 frewer visitors than July 2021.

The top ten entries during the month were:

  1. July HE Newsletter: Returning Member Spotlight, #QMConnect, Increase Engagement, Rubric Revision
  2. GAO – Priority Open Recommendations: Department of Education
  3. Virtual Schooling In The News
  4. The latest in education technology trends: real or hype?
  5. AERA Highlights: Submissions Deadline for 2023 Annual Meeting Extended to August 1, John B. Diamond to Deliver 2022 Brown Lecture, and More!
  6. Virtual Schooling In The News
  7. FLVS now offers ACT/SAT prep!
  8. Virtual Schooling In The News
  9. Article Notice – Design-based research: What it is and why it matters to studying online learning
  10. How states and localities are spending ARPA money | and much more

Finally, the statistics from my old blog site – which again did not see any real traffic.

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June 30, 2022

Statistics for June 2022

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 11:59 pm
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As usual, a quick statistics entry this month.  In June 2022 there were 1,169 hits from 771 distinct visitors.  This was about 200 fewer hits and 50 fewer visitors as we saw in May 2022.  Similarly, it was about 600 fewer hits and 500 frewer visitors than June 2021.

The top ten entries during the month were:

  1. How well do online schools serve students?
  2. GAO study suggests online school wars may be decreasing
  3. From Sphere of Concern to Sphere of Control
  4. Call For Book Chapters: Bridging the XR Technology-to-Practice Gap
  5. 24-26 June 2022: Google Alert – LRN
  6. FLVS now offers ACT/SAT prep!
  7. Virtual Schooling In The News
  8. The number I wish we knew
  9. #DLAC23 Call for Proposals coming soon! 🌟
  10. Announcing The CARE-ED Research Brief On “The Shift to Online Education During And Beyond The Pandemic”

Finally, the statistics from my old blog site – which again did not see any real traffic. (more…)

May 31, 2022

Statistics for May 2022

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 11:59 pm
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As usual, a quick statistics entry this month.  In May 2022 there were 1,345 hits from 833 distinct visitors.  This was about 800 fewer hits and 500 fewer visitors as we saw in April 2022.  Similarly, it was about 700 fewer hits and 400 frewer visitors than May 2021.

The top ten entries during the month were:

  1. GAO study suggests online school wars may be decreasing
  2. FLVS now offers ACT/SAT prep!
  3. Revisiting the Promise and Potential of Charter Schools 30 Years Later
  4. We Missed You at Last Week’s Webinar
  5. How well do online schools serve students?
  6. Virtual Schooling In The News
  7. Report Promoting a ‘Money Follows the Child’ Funding System Lacks Rigorous Analysis
  8. OECD Report – OECD Digital Education Outlook 2021 Pushing the frontiers with AI, blockchain, and robots
  9. Taking Time to Mourn, Process, & Support
  10. Presentation: Online or Remote Learning and Mental Health

Finally, the statistics from my old blog site – which again did not see any real traffic (more…)

April 30, 2022

Statistics for April 2022

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 11:59 pm
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Once again a quick statistics entry this month.  In April 2022 there were 2,178 hits from 1,288 distinct visitors.  This was about 500 fewer hits and 300 fewer visitors as we saw in March 2022.  However, it was about 400 more hits from roughly the same number of visitors as April 2021.

The top ten entries during the month were:

  1. What’s really behind the “Critical Race Theory” panic?
  2. SITE 2022 and the K-12 Online Learning SIG
  3. How community schools transform education | The CRT panic, explained | and more
  4. AERA 2022 and K-12 Online Learning
  5. FLVS now offers ACT/SAT prep!
  6. AERA 2022 – A Novel Adoption of Two Online Teaching Self-Evaluation Instruments Among a Public Pre-K–12 Teacher Sample
  7. From Sphere of Concern to Sphere of Control
  8. The History Of K-12 Online Education???
  9. We Missed You at Last Week’s Webinar
  10. Letter To The Editor: When School’s Out, Education Might Suffer Less Than You Think

Finally, the statistics from my old blog site – which again did not see any real traffic.

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March 31, 2022

Statistics for March 2022

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 11:59 pm
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Once again a quick statistics entry this month.  In March 2022 there were 2,726 hits from 1,566 distinct visitors.  This was about 1000 more hits and 300 more visitors as we saw in February 2022.  It was about 900 more hits and about 200 more visitors as March 2021.

The top ten entries during the month were:

  1. EBSCO Alerts
  2. From Sphere of Concern to Sphere of Control
  3. Should we still be using the term “remote learning”?
  4. Get the Early-Bird Rate for the 1️⃣ Day Quality in Action Conference
  5. Funding for charter schools
  6. We Missed You at Last Week’s Webinar
  7. Secondary / Postsecondary Partnerships That Open Doors to College
  8. The History Of K-12 Online Education???
  9. Reality check?
  10. GAO Report – Department of Education Should Help States Address Student Testing Issues and Financial Risks Associated with Virtual Schools , Particularly Virtual Charter Schools

Finally, the statistics from my old blog site – which again did not see any real traffic (for the second or third month in a row).

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