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Achievement drops when K-12 students switch to online schools

South High School teacher Shauna Twardzik talks to students at South during an orientation last month in Denver. Students who transfer to online programs from brick-and-mortar schools, like South, posted lower scores on annual state reading exams after entering their virtual classrooms.

Students attending Colorado’s full-time online education programs have typically lagged their peers on virtually every academic indicator, from state test scores to student growth measures to high school graduation rates. Continue Reading →

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