Thursday, May 10, 2012

Cyber Charter Schooling in North Carolina

My colleague and prolific blogger Michael Barbour has a very interesting post on Virtual School Meanderings which is worth a read.  An example of the problems of having a for-profit becoming a very large player in the virtual school market.  I'm uncomfortable with the actions of K12 in this particular situation.  They've taken other actions in previous situations that I've not been pleased with as well.  

5 comments:

Sully said...

Dr. Rose,

First, this is an unrelated comment to this topic; however, I was unable to email you directly.

Having that said, I'd like to thank you for the time you spent visiting with me on Thursday, May 17th.

Hopefully, you will be able to reply via a more traditional means because you know where I work (smile).

Again, thank you--Sully

Ray Rose said...

Sully:
use info@rose-smith.com to connect, I don't know otherwise how to connect.

ray

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