Continuous Learning is a framework for the delivery of the program of basic education that allows students to access their instruction and services through synchronous online instruction. This framework was initially developed in response to the immediate health and safety needs that prevented access to the in-person instructional model.
Continuous Learning is public education. State and Federal public education regulations apply in this setting as with any other public education offering.
Continuous Learning Guidance
Continuous Learning 2.0+ (CL2.0+) is the current version of this framework, beginning with the 2021-2022 school year. This framework largely mimics the in-person instructional model schools and families are familiar with.
Review the Continuous Learning 2.0+ Consolidated Guidance for the 2022-2023 school year!
This guidance is updated to include:
- Framework requirements and comparison to the In-person Instructional Model and Alternative Learning Experiences;
- CEDARS reporting;
- Enrollment and Apportionment; and
- Access to instruction and services during disruption to in-person option.