Online learning within K-12 education has been around for decades, but its prevalence didn’t fully emerge until the covid-19 pandemic was declared in March, 2020. During an unprecedented period of mandated quarantine, teachers, students and their parents were forced to turn to online learning, whether they wanted to or not.
Innovation might play the biggest role in how to stretch the funding dollars and how to best educate our children. Let’s face it, public education is downtrodden with bureaucracy and red tape.
"Acquiring new students is important for growth, but it can be costly and time-consuming. That high-cost investment is especially painful when you fail to hold on to those new students. While retention is necessary for generating a return on your marketing investment, and vital for maintaining revenue, it also comes with several additional benefits such as loyalty and an overall better student experience."