Download Report: Michigan’s k-12 virtual learning effectiveness report 2018-19

June 28, 2020

June 28, 2020

Based on pupil completion and performance data reported by public schools to MDE or CEPI, this report highlights 2018-19 enrollment totals, completion rates, and the overall impact of virtual courses on K-12 pupils. Detailed findings are presented in sections on schools, courses, and students, as well as over 50 data tables at the end of the report

About 8% of all K-12 students in the state—over 120,000 students—took virtual courses in 2018-19. These students generated almost 640,000 virtual course enrollments and were present in two-thirds of Michigan public school districts. Schools with part-time virtual learners were responsible for the majority of virtual enrollments. About four out of five virtual enrollments came from high school students, and the most highly enrolled in virtual courses were those required for high school graduation. Two-thirds of the virtual enrollments were from students who were in poverty. The overall pass rate for virtual courses (55%) remained the same as the past two years; however, there remains sizable variation in student success.

Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute 

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