An Op-Ed on school reforms by Mike Van Beek, director of education policy, recently appeared in The Holland Sentinel. One of the reforms he highlighted was a suggestion that the state remove the arbitrary cap of 1,000 students who are allowed to take courses through online charter schools.

Van Beek also moderated a panel discussion in Traverse City Tuesday that focused on virtual learning. Channels 9&10 and 7&4 both covered the event. You can watch a tape of it here.


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