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OPEN NH Winter Session Course Schedule and Registration Information

Winter Session 2018 February 7 – March 27 Celebrating our 11th year of quality professional development! Register for Winter 2018 OPEN NH Courses Here! Courses are $130 for 35 PD hours.  Register early and save $10.00.  Early Bird Special offer … Continue reading

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Who Are the 5 Faces of Online Education?

Most students and parents surveyed are open to online coursework, and favor a blended learning approach. Online courses are no long considered a niche element of higher education. They’ve grown in popularity and prominence, becoming a crucial element for many … Continue reading

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Low-Performing Detroit Middle School Eliminates Grade Levels, Goes Blended

“I’m a level 11 in math, and a level 9 in English, but I’m trying really hard to move up,” I heard from a student who I believed to be a 5th grader. Huh? In July 2013, Matchbook Learning, a … Continue reading

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Virtual Schools in the U.S. 2014: Politics, Performance, Policy, and Research Evidence

The National Educational Policy Center, Bolder Colorado, released its second annual report in a series on virtual education is organized in three major sections. Section I examines the policy and political landscape associated with virtual schooling and describes the current … Continue reading

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Is Online Education Replacing the Classroom Learning Experience?

There was a time when higher education was synonymous with huge amounts of debt and living in poverty, but the advent of online education programs has caused us to rethink our approach towards education. With improved training costs, ongoing access … Continue reading

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