When district leaders in Arkansas' Cross County District realized their students were enrolling in postsecondary opportunities at a rate far lower than the average, they built this award-winning program that is helping close the opportunity gap for their students.
The emerging vision for learning as a service is requiring more learner and parent decisions than ever. So, with all of the individual choices, how do we protect and advance the public good? The answer to this important question has eight implications for state and local policymakers.
A new iNACOL policy brief provides an overview of Course Access as a state policy solution to opportunity and achievement gaps in K-12 education.