California alongwith lots of other states has partnered with a private company (K12.com) to
deliver online/virtual education to children from K-12.More details on wikipedia
As online education is becoming more and more popular in Adult education the coming years will test the disruptive powers of the Internet.
Education(especially K-12) is amongst the last few frontiers where the power of Internet of learning anytime/anywhere has not made a significant dent.
So I have generated a chart of total enrollments/dropouts per year starting from the inception date of CAVA(California Virtual Academy) across the entire state of California.
Please note that the drop out rate is only for High school students(9-12th grade) as that is the data which CDE provides aggregated.
Enrollments/Dropouts in CAVA per year statewide
High School Dropouts
Other High level statistics
Number of CAVA Virtual Schools(as June 2013) : 13
Percentage of Students enrolled in CAVA(compared to entire state) (as June 2013): 0.23% (14545/6214199(Warning 13MB file))
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