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Michigan Association for Secondary School Principals Survey
Published on July 18, 2013

Modified on October 2, 2019

In May 2013, the Michigan Association for Secondary School Principals (MASSP) in partnership with Michigan Virtual created a survey to assess the current state and anticipated needs of online learning in Michigan’s secondary schools. The survey used a series of multiple choice rating questions along with a few open-ended questions to learn more about topics such as online learning use, vendor satisfaction and criteria, expected enrollment changes for next year, and challenges and opportunities brought about by the new online learning policy.

The survey results indicate a range of involvement with online courses – from one enrollment to 1500 – and the same vast difference in people’s opinions of online learning – from not wanting to offer any courses to welcoming the opportunity to prepare students for online requirements in college and at work.

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