Online learning

Just how big is the K12 online tutoring market going to get?

The ever-increasing focus on STEM and the use of mobile devices for learning will drive significant growth in the online tutoring market over the next five years—by an estimated $97.7 billion.

How online instruction can help solve local teacher shortages

Online instruction is a way to utilize valuable, experienced teachers who have retired from classroom teaching, but still want to be connected to education

Post-pandemic positivity: Student self-reliance and teacher appreciation are up

The negative impacts of the pandemic on education are numerous and exhausting but here's a surprise for superintendents and their teams: teacher appreciation did not suffer.

5 ways ChatGPT will drive deeper learning instead of more cheating

School AI technology should allow educators to reach new heights with project-based learning, personalized instruction, and other innovative K12 concepts.

Is student monitoring software the best solution for child safety?

With a shortage of school counselors and incidents of self-harm and violence toward others surging this past year, districts are turning toward online monitoring services that can help administrators stay ahead of the curve.

The best colleges for seniors seeking online programs

Beyond simply wanting the flexibility to earn college credits from home, students feel that online programs meet their personal needs better than traditional face-to-face instruction, especially at the height of the pandemic.

Educators, let’s explore the 3 domains of digital learning to reaffirm our purpose

We can develop a more meaningful understanding of digital learning that addresses student wellness, competency, and creativity.

Global perspective: 5 ways online learning expands horizons

Online learning allows students to work ahead and makes good use of elective learning time, among other advantages.

The top 20 list of apps schools are using most contains a few surprises

You may not know that most school districts own more than 2,000 apps but just 300 of those products account for 99% of use.

Online schooling helps students feel confident about their futures

Should schools continue to utilize virtual learning? That's the question districts are trying to answer. However, the solution isn't so clear-cut as the reviews are incredibly mixed.

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