Another question: It seems unlikely that school districts will be able to maintain their own elearning platforms in the face of the amount of money pouring into this area...consider K12, Inc.'s efforts in wrapping up elearning at the state level. If the focus shifts from having online courses available to providing "vetted" or "high quality"--two terms that often don't reflect the work of public schools in the eye of legislators--will taxpayers be the ones paying for their children to attend at "private" online schools housed in today's public school system classrooms?
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