- The California Learning Resource Network's California eLearning Census found that at least 86,675 students in the state's schools learn in "blended learning" environments where face-to-face and online instruction are used.
- The study looked at responses from 486 school districts and direct-funded charter schools.
- Despite the high percentage of districts offering online learning options, fewer than 100 students per district appeared to be learning online.
From the article:
No one has been tracking how many students learn online in California.
At least until now, according to Brian Bridges, director of the California Learning Resource Network, a state-funded technology service that the Stanislaus County Office of Education administers. ...