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Academic Results of Online Schools Should Bring “Outrage” and Law Changes, National Charter School Group Says

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The nation’s main charter school advocacy group said people should be “outraged” at how little learning occurs at some online schools and called on states to take several steps to restrict and improve them.

The report today from the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools pointed to a major study last year from Stanford University’s Center for Research of Educational Outcomes (CREDO) that found that e-school students learn far less than students in traditional schools.