Virtual Schooling: Issues in the Development of E-learning Policy
Donovan R. Walling
Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation, 2003 - Computers - 154 pages
"The purpose of this book is to extend and enlarge the dialogue on policy issues related to e-learning. It is timely because virtual schools are proliferating and likely will continue to do so for the foresceable future. The writers in this collection of essays have studied the issues; several have direct experience with virtual schools. All are concerned that schools of every sort, including virtual schools, offer students the best possible education."
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