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    “students who were learning online OUT PERFORMED those students learning in a face-to-face environment” surprises me. Learning without on-line access is certainly limiting, but I would have thought that “face-to-face” is still more effective. Or . . . ., is this a sad commentary on the state of education, and teacher qualifications, in the United States?

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