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Survey Shows Parents Support Online Learning

A survey of 2,500 parents of K-12 students across the U.S. returned strong evidence that most are supportive of adaptive digital learning, even if it supplants traditional textbook use.

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A survey of 2,500 parents of K-12 students across the U.S. returned strong evidence that most are supportive of adaptive digital learning, even if it supplants traditional textbook use. McGraw-Hill Education, the company that commissioned the study, said these results demonstrate that parents are aware of the changes taking place in their child’s classroom, including increased use of technology that becomes customized to a child’s learning needs. (T|H|E Journal)

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