Digital Learning Now! today released the 2012 Digital Learning Report Card, which measures each of the nation’s 50 states against the 10 Elements of High Quality Digital Learning as it relates to K-12 education.
Highlights of the report indicate that states are:
- Advancing student-centric reforms
- Reducing barriers to blended learning
- Encouraging the use of technology
- Offering a more personalized college- and career-ready education
One of the most encouraging findings from Digital Learning Now’s research is that more than 700 bills involving digital learning were considered in 2012, with over 150 signed into law. Along with DLN, we are encouraged by the fact that leaders in nearly every state proposed or enacted policies to advance digital learning since the release of DLN’s first state report cards in 2011.
In addition the report, the Digital Learning Now Report Card website features an interactive map, a tool to compare state scores and downloadable state profiles.
See the full press release for additional information.