Knocking down barriers: How California superintendents are implementing blended learning


California district superintendents identified three categories of barriers to implementing blended learning.

  1. Redesigning teacher roles given state policy and teachers union contract provisions;
  2. Purchasing and managing technology and infrastructure;
  3. Recognizing online classes as valid for the University of California and California State University systems

​The report shares the solutions or ways around those barriers that superintendents are using.

By Michael B. Horn, Anna Gu, and Meg Evans, Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation

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