Texas’s First Online Live Instruction Homeschool Opens Enrollment

Texas’s First Online Live Instruction Homeschool Opens Enrollment

By Rimsha Syed Challenges continue to face the public education realm causing record numbers of parents to choose to homeschool their children. Some of the challenges include a lack of qualified teachers, course shortages, and transportation limitations. As the...
How the American Education System is Failing

How the American Education System is Failing

How the American Education System is Failing A revolutionary solution to helping the chronic disinvestment – online education. By Rimsha Syed This year, teacher walkouts and protests dominated the k-12 education sphere, bringing deeply embedded and longstanding...
Can the Gig Economy Help Alleviate Teacher Shortages?

Can the Gig Economy Help Alleviate Teacher Shortages?

By Evan Erdberg  If you are facing a teacher shortage in your state, you are not alone. Many states are experiencing a worsening teacher shortage, according to the Learning Policy Institute. Some of this is because of declining enrollments in teacher education, which...
Local Schools Use Video Conferencing Teachers

Local Schools Use Video Conferencing Teachers

By Chris Davis  DEL VALLE, Texas (KXAN) — When the district couldn’t find a teacher for its new American Sign Language courses, Del Valle ISD turned to technology, bringing in a live teacher via video conference. The classes are very popular at Del Valle...
High School Learns Through Virtual Education

High School Learns Through Virtual Education

By Phil Perry  MADISON – Scott High School is serving as a pilot program for Proximity Learning in Boone County, which includes two algebra 1 honors classes. The classes are taught by Kellian Strange, who is a long-term substitute in that position. Proximity...