Digital Learning Strategies for Rural America: A scan of policy and practice in K–12 education

MARCH 2018


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, but research from FBOL and Evergreen Education Group highlights how digital learning programs are addressing these obstacles. 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 attending, and communities that are home to, more than half of the country’s school districts.



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Lisa Mullis