Continuing the blogging from the Digital Learning Annual Conference… On Tuesday our State of the Nation: K-12 e-Learning in Canada partnered research team also presented a contributed talk that was given by lead researcher – Michael Barbour – on a recent special report:
10:45 AM–11:05 AM Apr 2, 2019
In 2017, British Columbia began a review of the model that it uses to fund K-12 digital learning. This session explores how digital learning funding across Canada. Two of the three models overlap with common US models (i.e., supplement per fee courses & FTEs). However, the third model – direct funding and/or resourcing district-based digital learning. This session will explore these three models, with a specific focus on the strengths – and challenges to implementing – this third model.
The slides for the presentation are embedded below.
The actual report is available on the State of the Nation: K-12 e-Learning in Canada website at: