Trevor Aaroson and John O'Connor: Citing a story by FCIR and StateImpact Florida, Brown sent a letter to U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan asking for the federal inquiry.
Trevor Aaronson: Through a partnership with a nonprofit political money tracker and eight of Florida’s NPR member stations, the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting is working to increase the availability of information about this year’s ballot measures.
John O'Connor and Trevor Aaronson: In online education, more flexibility or less oversight?
Trevor Aaronson and John O'Connor: La proporción de la cantidad de alumnos por maestro en K12, la mayor empresa de educación en línea del país, es casi el doble que en la escuela virtual dirigida por el estado de la Florida.
The document shows K12 uses a student-teacher ratio as high as 275-to-1.
Trevor Aaronson and John O'Connor: Student-teacher ratios at K12, the nation’s largest online educator, are nearly twice as high as Florida’s state-run virtual school, according to internal company documents obtained by FCIR and StateImpact Florida.