It’s Time For A New Accountability Model For Alternative And Virtual K–12 Schools

As full-time virtual learning moved from the fringe to the mainstream in mid-March 2020, onlookers expressed concerns about access for learners and accountability for the learning itself. Some policymakers have even gone so far this year as to ban the remote option.

Concerns about different forms of schooling aren’t new. The skepticism has long extended …

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