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The Digital Revolution and Higher Education: College Presidents, Public Differ on Value of Online Learning
August 28, 2011

This report, written by Kim Parker, Amanda Lenhart and Kathleen Moore, is based on findings from a pair of Pew Research Center surveys conducted in spring 2011.  Below is a list of topics discu…

Authorizing Online Learning
August 1, 2011

During this decade, American education will shift from print to digital, from flat and sequential content to engaging and adaptive, and from batch processing to personalized learning. There wil…

Online and Hybrid Course Enrollment and Performance in Washington State Community and Technical Colleges
March 24, 2011

This report investigates enrollment patterns and academic outcomes in online, hybrid, and face-to-face courses among students who enrolled in Washington State community and technical colleges …

Disrupting College
February 9, 2011

A new report discusses how disruptive innovation can deliver quality and affordability to postsecondary education. A new report discusses how d…

Keeping Pace with K-12 Online Learning: An Annual Review of Policy and Practice
January 1, 2011

Keeping Pace with K-12 Online Learning: An Annual Review of Policy and Practice (2011) is the latest in a series of annual reports that began in 2004 that examine the status of K-12 online educ…

School Finance in the Digital-Learning Era
January 1, 2011

America’s system for financing K-12 education is not neutral about innovation and the use of new technologies. Indeed, that system is stacked against them. To remedy this, our education-fundi…

Teachers in the Age of Digital Instruction
January 1, 2011

As digital tools proliferate and improve, solid instruction in the basics will eventually become “flat”—available anywhere globally—and the elements of excellent teaching that ar…

The Rise of K-12 Blended Learning
January 1, 2011

Innosight Institute’s first blended-learning report observes that online learning is sweeping across America, and it’s no longer only a distance-learning phenomenon. Most of the growth is…

Quality Control in K–12 Digital Learning: Three (Imperfect) Approaches
January 1, 2011

Digital learning makes possible the “unbundling” of school provisions—that is, it allows children to be served by providers from almost anywhere, in new and more customized ways. At the s…

Sustaining Students: Retention Strategies in an Online Program
December 15, 2010

Key Takeaways With students spread across 47 states and a dozen countries, the University of Illinois at Springfield faces a significant challenge in promoting student persistence. Prog…