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A history of international K-12 online and blended instruction

@inproceedings{Barbour2014AHO,
  title={A history of international K-12 online and blended instruction},
  author={M. Barbour},
  year={2014}
}
Many involved with the practice or study of K-12 online and blended learning are familiar with the American context. It surrounds us in the media and published research. However, online and blended learning is occurring in meaningful ways to address specific K-12 student needs all around the globe. There are several areas where the international practice is consistent with what we know about the United States (e.g., similar evolutions, early initiatives were government-funded, many of the… Expand
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