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Staying progressive with virtual instruction and mobile content delivery.

As education leaders press to stay progressive, change is the predominant theme for the 11 schools and 5500 students in the Andover, Kansas, public school district. Teachers want new ways to deliver instruction content, and assessment, while students would like to translate their personal, online, and social lives to the school seeting.

The district has already innovated in several areas of instruction and content delivery. It offers a virtual school that has doubled its student count, adding 5400 virtual students in 2013 alone.

  • Andover’s blended education model leverages an online learning...


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