Pioneer’s Center for School Reform has worked to raise public awareness of the potential that digital learning has to meet educational needs, and seeks to expand high-quality, accountable digital learning opportunities in Massachusetts. While Massachusetts’ 2010 education law allows for the expansion of virtual learning, the state’s education department has promulgated highly restrictive regulations. Across the country, 40 states other than Massachusetts have full- or part-time online digital learning programs. The Bay State lags behind many states in the number of students in digital schools, with only 500. We believe it is time for the Hub of world-class education and information technology to take the lead.
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