Does Rural Differ? Comparing Parent and Student Reasons for Choosing Cyber Schooling

Cyber-schooling offers potentially greater benefits for rural than urban students, by providing a broader range of courses, ending long commutes, and offering more developed special education services than typically found in rural public schools. We survey students (n=269, 53.7% response rate) and p...

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Volume: 37
Main Author: Beck, Dennis
Maranto, Robert
Shakeel, M. Danish
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Zielgruppe: Secondary Education
Place of publication: Norman National Rural Education Association 09.11.2018
published in: The Rural educator (Fort Collins, Colo.) Vol. 37; no. 3; pp. 1 - 12
Data of publication: 2018-11-09
ISSN: 0273-446X
2643-9662
EISSN: 2643-9662
Discipline: Education
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