Rocketship Schools in the Bay Area have been one of the trailblazers in the ever-changing landscape of blended learning. Located in low-income neighborhoods, the schools' Learning Labs -- where students spend up to 90 minutes a day on computers working on math and literacy software -- has been one of its defining characteristics.
But this model isn't working, some Rocketship teachers say, and because it's a charter school network with evolving systems, it may soon be changing, according to this PBS Newshour story.
"There's definitely an aspect of us kind of not knowing enough about what's going on in learning lab to be able to use that in our classrooms," said teacher Judy Lavi.
"We don't yet get data that says, OK, teach this differently tomorrow because of what happened here. And that is -- that is a frustration point," said teacher Andrew Elliott-Chandler.