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Retaking Algebra: Comparing Online and Face-to-Face Credit Recovery for At-Risk Students
Feb 2017

What happens when students try to make up algebra credits virtually instead of in a classroom setting? In our latest infographic, we share the results from an AIR study, The Back on Track Study: Using Online Courses for Credit Recovery. Interested in learning more? Visit our related blog post by one of the study leads, Kirk Walters. 

Click here to download the full infographic.

Authors: Jessica Heppen and Peggy Clements
Designer: Laura Browning



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