Middle school girls want access to e-learning
from Education Week
For years now, advocates of online learning have been pushing virtual education as an answer for students who want a more personalized, self-paced, and technology-based approach to their education. In other words, as a solution for middle school girls. That's perhaps the most surprising finding of a new report released recently by nonprofit educational research group Project Tomorrow at ISTE 2012 in San Diego, the 11th such report to be released as part of the yearly Speak Up survey that asks students, parents, teachers and administrators about their ed-tech habits, aspirations and attitudes.
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