Online schools in Colorado are falling short, investigation says

Oct. 6, 2011
Report says for every student that graduates from an online school, three drop out

From the I-News Network: An investigation by the I-News Network and Education News Colorado has found that online schools in Colorado are largely failing their elementary and high school students, The report says that online schools, which receive $100 million in funding from Colorado taxpayers, produce three dropouts for every graduate. The investigation also found that state oversight of online K-12 schools is lax.

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