Digital Learning Collaborative Releases First Two Studies, Including the New Keeping Pace Report Snapshot 2019

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Snapshot 2019 presents research, data, and analysis on policy and activity in K-12 digital learning; the Guide to Continuous Improvement helps districts develop high-quality digital learning.

Today at the inaugural Digital Learning Annual Conference, the new Digital Learning Collaborative (DLC) released two reports. The DLC, which consists of school districts, companies, state agencies, and non-profit organizations, is organized by the Evergreen Education Group.

Snapshot 2019 is the latest in the Keeping Pace series, which is now guided by the DLC. The study explores use cases of online, blended, and digital learning in mainstream school districts; current enrollment counts in fully online schools; and profiles of hybrid schools, which the report identifies as some of the most innovative and promising examples of digital instruction overcoming learning barriers of time and place.

Snapshot 2019 continues the work of the Keeping Pace annual reports, which were last published in 2016. It serves as a reference source for both policymakers and practitioners who are new to digital education, and for those who have served and are interested in the field.

PLANNING FOR QUALITY: A Guide for Continuous Improvement of Digital Learning Programs builds on two areas of work. One is Evergreen’s Planning for Quality guides published in previous Keeping Pace reports. The second is Evergreen’s year-long partnership with the Wisconsin eSchool Network (WEN) and Wisconsin Digital Learning Collaborative (WDLC). WEN and the WDLC, together with Evergreen, convened a working group of WDLC member districts that explored issues related to quality in online, blended, and digital learning, resulting in the Continuous Improvement guide.

Both studies are available for download at

About the Digital Learning Collaborative
The Digital Learning Collaborative (DLC) is a membership group dedicated to exploring, producing, and disseminating data, information, news, and best practices in digital learning. Current members include school districts, intermediate units, public agencies, non-profit organizations, and companies. The DLC is organized by the Evergreen Education Group, a digital learning research and advisory company that has been widely recognized as a leading authority for market and policy intelligence in the K-12 digital learning field. Evergreen is a valuable partner to legislators, state boards of education, state education agencies, non-profit organizations, publishers and many companies serving K-12 education. Evergreen was founded in 2000 and is based in Colorado.

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