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And since charters are underfunded significantly across the country–we don’t all have generous donations from the various foundations–the inclusion of virtual materials is a huge cost savings.Another point she hit on is the same old saw against most reform efforts. The schools I have run have depended on word-of-mouth because we have even tighter budgets when state or federal funding is cut or otherwise reduced.However, no one way seems to do it all for all kids.And parents consistently give high approval of choice options, so there has to be a great deal more to all of this than meets the eye. It is not fine that there are these sorts of people like that CEO, but they do exist. Those of us in education who are not afraid of innovation and who stick with doing what we feel is best for kids overwhelm the folks just in it for a buck because they only see money to be made and we see it as investments for the future success of all students. My point that not all of us involved with virtual education are the same, not do we want to be.And it seemed as if she wanted to suggest, since all choice options are so flush with hedgefunder money, that charters and virtual programs can market themselves better or more. Finally, the fact that a CEO of a virtual K-12 company makes a great deal of money but does not translate to higher achievement for kids does not mean that any and every being involved with virtual education is that particular CEO.It is fine that there are numerous folks in any aspect of life who are out to make the highest amount of money without honoring their obligations because they are a very small, though highly visible minority.In today's technology-driven world, "innovation" has become a basic expectation.
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There are those, and a lot of people are in this category, who do not have the discipline necessary for the on-line environment and these are adults in graduate degree classes.
I definitely do not feel it appropriate for the k-12 population as a substitute or replacement for the school and classroom environment.
It’s time to transform schools into 21st century learning organizations, where we fully embrace all three learning purposes and modes.
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