Online Schools: Superheroes or Cybervillians?

May 13, 2016 by Macke Raymond, CREDO Stanford
Macke Raymond

Online schools are one of the fastest growing segments of US public education. They have been lauded as the frontier of education, melding technology, personalized learning, flexibility and innovative instruction. At the same time, when online schools are the majority or exclusive provider of education, their quality has a direct impact on the progress, success and trajectories of the students they serve. Drawing on new research about the performance of online schools in Colorado and across the nation, May’s Hot Lunch speaker, Macke Raymond from CREDO at Stanford University, will discuss how the performance of online schools reflects many of the critical choices that face students, parents, educators, funders and policy makers must wrestle with today.

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