Online charter schools stand at the very fringe of educational technology, but with a less than stellar track record, it seems school like the Indiana Virtual School might need some retooling, especially having graduated only 61% of its students at a cost of $20 million.
“The state shouldn’t allow schools that have that poor performance to continue,” Gov. Holcomb said. “I look forward over this next year, with the state board of education, to help put in place measures that hold schools accountable for poor performance. Poor performance would be putting it lightly.”