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Survey points to key individualized online learning best practices

Improved reporting/monitoring tools, appropriate teacher availability and training, and engaging curriculum are key success factors in driving the accelerating trend to individualized online learning, according to a survey of district and school-level leaders released today by K12 Inc.
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Improved reporting/monitoring tools, appropriate teacher availability and training, and engaging curriculum are key success factors in driving the accelerating trend to individualized online learning, according to a survey of district and school-level leaders released today by K12 Inc.

The survey, conducted by MDR's EdNET Insight, asked superintendents, assistant superintendents, curriculum directors, principals and special education directors who have experience implementing online learning to identify and rank several key success factors and best practices. More than 220 leaders responded, with significant representation from districts varying in size and metropolitan status. The majority of respondents have experience implementing online programs for credit recovery, followed by experience offering online courses, and full-time online programs.

For more information, visit www.k12.com/online-best-practices.

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