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Project Launched to Find Successful Blended Learning Examples

The Clayton Christensen Institute and the Evergreen Education Group launched a project to find and publicize examples of success in blended learning in public school districts. Specifically, they are seeking:

  • Examples from regular traditional public schools and districts, not including specialized schools or charter schools
  • Blended-learning implementations that can demonstrate improvements in outcomes based on student achievement as determined by assessments, course grades, or other measures

If your school or district fits this criteria, please take a short survey telling about the success of your blended learning program. The survey should take no more than 10-15 minutes to complete and will be open until Sunday, October 19.

The institute will review all submissions and determine the best examples that represent an assortment of blended learning successes. Case studies will be developed based on these examples. Schools that are featured in the case studies will be asked to co-present at the November 2015 iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium. Evergreen and Christensen will pay a portion of expenses to defer travel costs.