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DeFe establishes "Online Security Working Group" to provide advice to schools
The schools will be advised and supported by a new online security working group set up by the Ministry of Education on how to protect their students online. It will not only help schools to guarantee pupils' online security, but will also help them to train teachers and teachers. Further changes to the Principles of Children's Cruelty to Children (KCSIE) that have been released today include the inclusion of a new section to advise educational personnel on how to deal with reporting of sexually assaulted children and molest.
While DeVos supports online schools, the results of students can be a challenge.
This was the best ever and the poorest ever for online schools, allowing pupils to go to schools without ever going into a schoolhouse. The new Education Minister Betsy DeVos was given further warm support last Friday, doubling her view that these schools should be expanding - without any indication that she recognises that there are serious problems with monitoring them.
Meanwhile, an important survey released last weekend in Education Researcher has contributed to the increasing stack of research findings showing that only online schools have a tendency to target and damage the weakest schoolchildren. RAND Corporation and New York University's survey found that Ohio college graduates are falling even further behind with low test results enrolling in online-only schools.
High achievers do better, but they still do it less well than if they had not registered at a formal language class. Results for the least successful pupils are particularly worrying given the high level of commitment to helping young people, who are already on the brink of fail.
And as it turns out, underachievers have a tendency to turn to cybercharter schools, according to the survey. "This is a people they want to minister to, then they need to develop a system that is better for[these] students," said Andrew McEachin of RAND Corporation, an editor of the new article.
This could be seen by conventional schools as a way of creating a more efficient scheme for vulnerable pupils. Teachers could find out why pupils are attracted to visit computer schools and then integrate some of the pupils' wishes into these programmes at personal schools. "McEachin said, "If they want more freedom or more independence, there may be a way to mess with their own system to make these college kids more welcome.
In 2015, a high-level survey by the CREDO (Center for Research on Education Outcomes) of Stanford University and the Center on Reinventing Public Education was also poor for the online education area. These schools are serving pupils who, for whatever reasons, cannot find what they need in conventional schools.
Supporters claim that their performance is best judged by the fact that the results are only judged by pupils who do not withdraw or devote themselves to other forms of school. With all the indications that DeVos is joining forces with those who believe that online schools can thrive, even if they do not have the usual features of achievement such as high test results or completion ratios.
She uses her new rude cockpit as a cheerleading device to expand the offer for schoolchildren. Your support last weeks was not the first highlighting of online schools. Prior to their Senate affirmative votes, DeVos was widely pivoted in their writing answers to Senators' questioning for excessively high (read: wrong) four-year Cohort completion rates for K12-related cybeschools.
And as it turns out, the Trump and DeVos period has also triggered a different kind of booming for one of the biggest online-schools: the Trump and DeVos era: