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As he has already resigned, the plan for Ron Packard, the founder and chief executive of Herndon-based online education provider [...] K12, Inc.'s founder has stepped down to start a new online venture that he believes will lead to the increase of
December 14, 2013 On a recently approved Texas charter school application, blacked-out paragraphs appear on almost 100 of its 393 pages. Redactions on the publicly available online version of the application often extend for pages at a time.
Choc-It-Up is a free app that helps parents and teachers gauge a child's skill in recognizing colors, shapes, vowels, consonants, and numbers. The specialized program allows children to search chocolate pieces on trays to find letters, numbers,
announced today it plans to host a conference call to discuss fourth quarter and full year 2013 financial results at 8:30 a.m. eastern time (ET) on Thursday, August 29, 2013. A live webcast of the call will be available at www.k12.com through the
Although the decision is being hailed by political leaders, those who were involved in the creation of the New Jersey Virtual Academy Charter School and the parents who hoped to enroll their kids there are [...] Plans for New Jersey's first state-
We will require high levels of accountability, transparency, and cooperation. Most importantly, we will ensure that the teachers and administrators in our schools have the tools and support necessary to serve families well and give students every
Second of three parts Suburban school board members from Algonquin to Plainfield received a proposal February 14 for a virtual charter school that would cross 18 school district boundaries. It was a Valentine's Day surprise from Virtual Learning
More than 100 suburban school board members voted against an online charter school in April that was proposed to serve students from Algonquin to Plainfield. One board member abstained from the vote after missing the public hearing on the plan...
a leading provider of proprietary, technology-based curriculum, software and education services created for individualized learning for students primarily in kindergarten through 12th grade, today announced that James Rhyu will join K12 as Executive
Sycamore School District 427 board members unanimously rejected a proposal to allow an online charter school to operate within its boundaries. The 7-0 vote Tuesday came after board members questioned the supervision students would have and charter