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2012 Q3 Special Report: The Blended and Virtual Learning Frontier

on June 1, 2012
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A big transformation is occurring in education as a result of blended and virtual learning, which are becoming more common in U.S. schools at every level. These types of learning have created a new frontier, where the roles of instructors, administrators, students and the entire campus ecosystem are evolving. These changes are leading to a rethinking of the structure of educational institutions, new funding models, new forms of curriculum and new, more personalized approaches to pedagogy. The Q3 Special Report explores the new blended and virtual learning frontier, taking an in-depth look at its challenges and its promise.

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