A new study released today shows that Missouri has fallen behind in the effort to bring digital learning opportunities to K-12 students.
The current public offerings in Missouri are geographically restricted or require tuition payments.
This means that as many states construct modern, open digital learning options, Missouri students are being left behind.
The study, commissioned by the Missouri Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation and conducted by the Evergreen Education Group, shows that digital education reforms are needed if Missouri is to achieve its goal of having one of the nation’s 10 best educational systems by 2020.
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