94% of parents of enrolled families say online school has helped students who were bullied. K¹² teachers across America help raise awareness about bullying by encouraging students to share their stories and promote kindness.
K12 Inc. (NYSE: LRN) today announced at the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Annual Conference and Exposition that it is enabling school district administrators to manage their online learning programs whenever and from wherever they choose.
The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) and the State Board of Education recognized Washington Virtual Academies High School Program (WAVA) with the Washington Achievement Award, which honors the state’s top-performing schools.
The company is sponsoring seven full-day events in five different states for administrative, curriculum and technology leaders to learn how to successfully implement online learning programs. In addition, K¹² is pleased to recognize four school districts for transforming education through innovative online programs.
Through the exclusive partnership between USTA Player Development and K¹², many of the country’s top junior tennis players will be able to take advantage of the individualization and flexibility provided through K¹²’s online private school.
This independent report on educational technologies based on large-scale surveys of instructional and technology decision makers at the district level shows that more respondents named K¹² as their provider of choice for online content than any other provider.