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California Student Bill of Rights: Access for All Students

By Tom Vander Ark.
March 6, 2012 | Getting Smart

Every student should have access to a well-taught college prep curriculum. With online learning, access to a rigorous curriculum can be provided cost effectively with high quality anywhere—except where state laws block opportunity. Read more…

District should explore educational benefits of online learning

By The Lowell Staff.
January 25, 2012 | The Lowell

In a world of ever-expanding technological opportunities, the school district is falling behind. Across the country, online schooling is an emerging yet controversial feature in the educational world, and the San Francisco Unified School District is doing surprisingly little to embrace it. Read more…

Innovation from within the system: The California student initiative example

By kpstaff.
February 10, 2012 | Keeping Pace with K-12 Online Learning

We are generally supportive of education reform efforts, many of which are found in charter schools and other non-traditional schools within the public education system. We also recognize, however, that the role of innovators within the non-charter public education system is critically important. Read more…

Ballot Measure Would Lower California’s Online Learning Barriers

January 20, 2012 | Heartland.org

A proposed ballot initiative would give California high school students the right to access classes required for admission to state universities, regardless of where they live. Read more…

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