Report from National Education Policy Center questions academic performance of company’s virtual schools, adds to fiery debate.
Four new virtual schools will open this school year, bringing the total to 16. Three other applications were rejected.
After initially refusing education department’s request that it give up its charter, Frontier Virtual Charter High School agrees to close.
Wake County judge rules that the school must be approved by the state board of education, which had previously decided not to act on the charter application.
Web company looking to change how people learn computer languages will work to expand globally and into the classroom.
In a recent licensing deal with an online college, McGraw-Hill will be paid based on student performance, an arrangement some K-12 officials have advocated for but remains rare.
Two local school districts have joined the North Carolina Board of Education in a fight to keep a digital charter school from opening.
Arizona and Michigan governors take very different approaches toward virtual education.
Fiscal year 2012 third quarter earnings report for virtual schools provider is released.
In a new article in The New Yorker, Stanford’s entrepreneurial spirit and online course offerings are examined, with interesting parallels to K-12.