The future of the state’s largest virtual K-12 school may be in jeopardy. With its charter set to expire later this year, Colorado Virtual Academy needs to find an authorizer, or shut down over the summer.
Laura Johnson works on a computer between classes at Florence High School in this EdNews file photo. Johnson moved to an online school but was back to a traditional school within a year.
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Two new studies point to a contradiction about full-time online schools – student academic performance is lower than that of students statewide but parents and students are positive about the online experience.