A Closer Look at the Academic Success of a Blended School

Recently, Poudre School District Global Academy (PSD Global), a blended school in Fort Collins, Colorado, announced that it had ranked among the highest in the state of Colorado for student growth across all grades for the 2013-2014 school year.  This achievement marks the first time an innovative school using blended and online learning has ranked in the top 95 percent of all Co

A Wish List for Online Learning: Bend-La Pine Schools

Around the holiday season, people begin to make lists and check off what’s been accomplished to-date. Whether it is a wish list or a look back at last year’s resolutions, December is a natural time for review and contemplation.  In light of the season, we’ve reached out to folks and asked them to tell us about their wish lists for online learning. 

Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAS) California Transforms Online Learning Program

This month on Learning Outside the Lines we are excited to feature Fuel Education Transformation Award winners that are making significant strides in online learning. California-based Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAS) has been recognized for providing 2,500 K-12 students a fully online personalized learning program which has resulted in outstanding achievement on state exams.

Top 5 PEAK Components We are Thankful for this Holiday Season

Here at FuelEd we are thankful for many things this time of year, like the amazing students, educators and administrators we work with and empower daily. We’d like to embrace the spirit of the season and reflect on our customers and the 5 top ways they are utilizing the PEAK Learning Platform to engage in effective personalized learning.  

Online Learning and the Gender Gap in STEM Courses

If you’re a frequent visitor to Learning Outside the Lines you’re already familiar with the myriad benefits that online and blended learning bring with them.

Keeping Pace with K-12 Digital Learning 2014: Study Evaluates the Impact of Digital Learning in US Schools

If you were fortunate enough to attend this week’s iNACOL symposium your registration bag included the Evergreen Education Group’s annual digital learning survey.  The title of this year’s survey, Keeping Pace with K-12 Digital Learning reflects not only the evolution of terminology associated with the field, but also the challenges that educators and administrators  face as they integrate myriad new tools into

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