While at an admittedly slower rate than the growth in enrollments, research in K-12 online learning has been picking up pace in the past decade and a foundation in best practice is now being laid. A special K-12 issue of Online Learning is an ideal avenue for an academic dialogue. The focus of this special issue of Online Learning is to present rigorous research specific to the context of K-12 education including systematic inquiry into promising practices, various schooling models, measures of quality, and parent and teacher experience. All authors have provided explanations of K-12-specific terminology to support readers new to K-12. Anissa Lokey-Vega and Michael K. Barbour are the guest editors of this special issue.
Introduction (Online Learning December 2015 Special Issue)Education Faculty Publications
Citation InformationLokey-Vega, A. & Barbour, M.K. (2015). Introduction (Online Learning December 2015 Special Issue). Online Learning, 19(5), 9-12.