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By Marty Ritchey Robert Murphy at 11:25 AM PDT, Mon Jun 30, 2014

In 2012, with funding from the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, SRI Education researchers set out to examine changes unfolding in K-12 classrooms around the nation. We focused on the effectiveness of blended learning models in a sample of K-12 schools in California and Louisiana. We looked at the combination of traditional teacher-led instruction with online instruction used in these schools and at the impact it has on students’ achievement.

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