Online Credit-Recovery Market Faces Scrutiny, and Providers Will Have to Adjust

Vendors should heed calls for high levels of rigor and evaluate for evidence of effectiveness

Senior Writer

New criticism of the quality of online credit-recovery courses, and calls for K-12 officials to overhaul those classes–even as demand for them increases–means state and district leaders are more closely weighing their options in the marketplace.

Critics have called for school systems to rethink credit-recovery options, used by educators to help students regain credits by retaking courses…

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