Variety of Models Fuels Hybrid Charter Growth
In innovation-friendly pockets across the country, the number of hybrid charter schools—those that blend online and face-to-face instruction—has been growing over the past five years.
But now, the educational model seems to have shifted into overdrive.
Major philanthropies—most notably, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation—have launched funding initiatives directed specifically at hybrid school models, which because of their unorthodox ways of allocating resources often are able to operate best as charter schools. (The Gates Foundation also provides grant support for Education Week 's coverage of the education...
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- K-12 Teachers
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