5 Misconceptions About Blended Learning in K-12



With the rise of technology, many college level courses have migrated from entirely in-person, to partly, mostly, or even entirely virtual. As colleges and universities everywhere have found improved student outcomes and happier students with connectivity, K-12 schools have begun adopting more blended and online learning options.


Often when it comes to virtual primary education, there are some objections, questions, and concerns. We’ve gathered a list of five common misconceptions about blended learning in K-12 schools, and the reasons they simply aren’t true.

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