The Education Exchange: “Virtual” Charter Schools Disappoint Compared to Brick-and-Mortar, an Oklahoma Study Finds

At online-only alternatives, academic achievement lags

Photo of Dan HamlinAn assistant professor at the University of Oklahoma, Daniel Hamlin, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Hamlin’s latest research, which presents new evidence on virtual schooling in the state of Oklahoma. Hamlin shares how the reading and math scores of virtual charter school students compare to those of their peers in district-run public schools.

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