Are Online Courses Harming the Students Who Need Help the Most?

Cartoon of two students showing WiFi signal and large question markA recent New York Times article reported “mounting evidence that the growth of online education is hurting a critical group: the less proficient students who are precisely those most in need of skilled classroom teachers.” At the other end of the learning spectrum, can online learning level the AP playing field for rural kids? Join us as a panel of experienced educators, all members of the TICAL Cadre, tackle these questions and invite you to share your thoughts. Moderated by Michael Simkins. Panelists:

  • Susan Brooks-Young
  • Janice Delagrammatikas
  • Butch Owens
  • Gabe Soumakian
  • John White

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