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Webinar Tuesday: Choosing Online Learning Options

With the growing popularity of virtual education has come a growing number of choices for how districts, schools, and even students access virtual instruction. And not even the most strident online education supporters would argue that every opportunity has equal value for every consumer.

So if you're having difficulties understanding the breadth of options out there, please join us tomorrow at 1 p.m. ET for our free webinar, "E-Learning in the Age of Choice." Memphis city schools technology chief Cleon L. Franklin and Davis, Utah, online schools head Sue Winkler will join our own Michelle Davis to discuss just how K-12 administrators and policymakers should navigate this rapidly growing world.

We hope you join us live, or sign up and watch the webinar later at your convenience. Either way, it's free for you and should help your school or district get the best bang for its buck when exploring online learning options.

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