On March 26, 2020, NCEE announced a call for nominations of rigorous research they are aware of or have conducted that evaluates the effectiveness of specific distance education practices or products on student outcomes. This page includes all nominations from the field, as well as relevant entries from ERIC and the What Works Clearinghouse Reviews of Individual Studies Database. Inclusion in this list is provided to highlight the breadth of research available. It is not an endorsement of the intervention or the study by the WWC, IES, or the US Department of Education.
This edited collection of chapters sets out to present the current state of research in K–12 online and blended learning. The chapters describe where we have been, what we currently know, and where we hope to go with research in multiple areas.
This Clearinghouse is a collaborative effort led by the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) and the Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute® (MVRLI®) to provide a repository of references to research articles and other publications from the field of K–12 online and blended learning. This project has been made possible by generous financial support from Next Generation Learning Challenges and in-kind support from iNACOL and Michigan Virtual.
Created in 2002 by the Idaho Legislature, Idaho Digital Learning Alliance (IDLA) is the state-sponsored online school serving all of Idaho. IDLA provides access to flexible courses beyond what many Idaho School Districts can offer. All courses align to Idaho Core Content Standards and are facilitated by an Idaho Certified, Highly Qualified Teacher.
As districts work to ramp-up online learning initiatives in Montana, MTDA wanted to provide some resources for districts to help frame discussions and review best practices.