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I thought you might be interested in a series of articles that I am writing for Squidoo. Feel free to go over and have a look:
Best Online High Schools
Online High School Standards
Online High Schools on YouTube
Earn a High School Diploma Online
In addition to those four articles, I have four more coming up soon.
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Tom, I noticed that this is the less active of your two blogs, so I thought I'd give you an entry idea. I know that most of the online schools that make their way into your blog and into your book are cyber charter schools. I was wondering what were your thoughts on those recent reports that have been released lately (see http://virtualschooling.wordpress.com/2009/03/26/cyber-charter-school-research/ ). I know in that entry I purposely presented the issue in a very one-sided way - hoping to raise the ire of some folks to create some discussion on the blog (no one took the bait). But given your background in this particular aspect of K-12 online learning, I was wondering what you thought?
Michael Barbour |
April 11, 2009 at 05:03 AM
I responded over on your blog. The short version is that I think that virtual charter schools have come a long way, but I think they still have a ways to go. As you know, I am a supporter of these types of charter schools in particular. I think they are why we have charters. I find them, on the whole, a more intriguing proposition than traditional, residential charters.
Tom Nixon |
April 12, 2009 at 10:42 PM
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