Teachers Go to School on Online Instruction
A university professor who put her retirement on hold to become part of a new approach to education. A former teacher returning to her passion after home-schooling her children. A classroom veteran deciding to work at home so her child could attend half-day kindergarten.
Those educators were among more than 800 teachers, from 23 states, who gathered at a swanky conference center here last week with the goal of sharpening the skills they will need to teach this fall at schools partnering with the online education provider K12 Inc.
Several experts said they thought the Aug. 4-6 gathering, which was organized by the Herndon, Va.-based company, was the largest face-to-face meeting yet of educators who do most of their teaching...
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