What successful blended learning programs have in common

Blended learning—a formal education program in which students receive both online and face-to-face instruction—is becoming an important fixture in the American educational landscape and has the ability to boost student outcomes in a major way. But determining how to implement blended learning at your own school can seem overwhelming.

Edgenuity examined successful blended learning programs across the country and identified 5 critical components of their success in our whitepaper, Building Capacity for Blended Learning.
Learn more about the critical components of successful blended learning programs in our infographic below, or read the full whitepaper here.

5 Critical Components of Successful Blended Learning Programs

View the full whitepaper: Building Capacity for Blended Learning.

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Laura Almozara

Laura moved around as a kid, spending much of her childhood in the northeast. As a child, she spent a lot of time reading and telling stories, at one point reading a new book every day. She took that interest with her to Syracuse University, where she majored in English and Textual Studies along with Magazine Journalism. After college, she started working in book publishing, starting with managing the publication of books and then moving on to polishing manuscripts. As someone with several teachers in her family, Laura is excited to be a part of the Edgenuity team, and helping to provide innovative education tools to some of the people who need them most. When she’s not working, Laura loves to explore Phoenix and its many coffee shops, travel, read, and spend time with family and friends.