State Reports

While much of our work looks at online policies and practices nationwide, state-level organizations have asked us to conduct or assist with studies of online learning in their state, in some cases comparing online learning options in the state to other states’ opportunities or national trends and offerings. Examples include The California eLearning Report, written with the University of California College Prep; the Michigan Online Learning Report, written in conjunction with Michigan Virtual University; The State of Online Learning in Maryland, commissioned by the Maryland State Department of Education; and K-12 Digital Learning in Missouri: Creating Pathways to Success, commissioned by the Missouri Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation. Although not a state-level report, the National Primer on K-12 Online Learning, based on the California report and published by the International Association for K-12 Online Learning, takes a similar approach to national issues in online learning.