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Sunday, November 16, 2008

The fifth and final installment in SETDA's Class of 2020: Action Plan for Education series by David Nagel

Virtual learning is not for all students. But for many, according to a new report from the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA), it can provide opportunities and access that might otherwise be unavailable, and it's therefore a critical component in the educational mix.

The report, "Learning Virtually: Expanding Opportunities" focuses on a number of programs that have emerged in recent years that have succeeded in bringing new opportunities to students who might otherwise miss out owing to geographic or economic limitations, such as being stuck in a district that does not offer college preparatory courses or having to work to may hours in a week to be able to make a go of a traditional learning environment.

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Source: T.H.E. Journal