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Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation By Michael Horn In a recent piece, my colleague Tom Arnett dissected the question, “Does blended learning work?” His answer? It depends. He is right. Researchers and school leaders asking that question are asking the wrong one. The question isn’t whether online or blended learning works—we have more than […]Blended Learning, Domestic, K-12, Opinion, Required Dec 27, 13:38
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