Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Virtual schools

The Washington Post examines the case for the “virtual school.” Conclusion: “It sure sounds good. As it turns out, it’s too good to be true.”

A related post
“Personalized learning”

[A “virtual school” is not a school. And “personalized learning” is utterly depersonalized.]

comments: 2

Frex said...

Virtual schools are school like Swanson dinners are dinner?

(I seem to be linking up your posts lately...)
--Frex = Fresca (as you know)

Michael Leddy said...

Ha! But I’d prefer a TV dinner to a virtual school.