Putting Education Reform To The Test

Read The Documents That Led Florida To Investigate K12, The Nation’s Largest Online Educator

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A series of emails led Seminole County school officials to question K12's teachers.

We told you how the Florida Department of Education is looking into online education company K12.

The question is whether K12 used uncertified teachers for some of its online classes in Seminole County, and if the company asked certified teachers to sign class rosters of students which they did not teach.

K12 says they only use Florida-certified teachers and comply with all state laws. The company says they are cooperating with the Florida Department of Education Office of Inspector General.

Seminole County school officials were tipped off to problems when they were sent an email conversation between a K12 employee and a teacher.

You can read those documents, after the jump:



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