I wrote a post yesterday about the “worst school in the nation.”

The school described in the post is INDIANA VIRTUAL SCHOOL, not Indiana Virtual Academy.

Indiana Virtual School is a Charter School that operates for profit. It graduates fewer than 10% of its students. Its teachers are assigned virtual classes of more than 200 students.

Indiana Virtual Academy is run by public school superintendents. It is not for-profit. It is not a charter school. It is a supplemental program, not a school. It partners with schools to provide virtual courses taught by certified teachers to schools that have difficulty finding teachers and to individual students who have scheduling conflicts.

Indiana Virtual Academy works for public schools to meet the needs of schools and students.

Indiana Virtual School is a for-profit charter. It may well be the Worst School in the Nation.

I mixed up their names because they look so similar.

I apologize for the error.