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NEWS

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2018 Student Scholarship Recipients Announced!

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Digital Learning Strategies

for Rural America

 

A scan of policy and practice in K–12 education

 

Through scholarships, educator prizes, original research, and strategic partnerships with a diverse cross-section of leaders, FBOL is working to connect the vision of blended and online learning modalities to the realities of student and teacher experience. We are committed to keeping student, parent, and educator stories central to the conversations about the future of education so that “school” effectively serves all learners and students can achieve their unique potential.

 
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— WHAT WE DO —

Expand digital learning experiences for students and educators

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Elevate the voices that matter

Hear from Elizabeth Steen, one of our 2018 Student Scholarship Winners:


Share insights to connect the dots between policy and practice

A quarter of all U.S. primary and secondary students live and are educated in rural areas of the country. Remote districts can face challenges to delivery and receipt of a world class education. Our newest report, Digital Learning Strategies for Rural America: a Scan of Policy and Practice in K–12 Education provides insight into innovative learning environment and course design developed at the state- and school-level to support the unique needs of students in more than half of the country’s school districts.


 

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