Preferred classes to take online according to U.S. students 2014, by grade

This statistic presents the share of students in the United States who would like to take selected classes online as of December 2014, by grade. During the survey period, it was found that 25 percent of grade 9 to 12 students would like to take their math classes online.

Share of students in the United States who would like to take selected classes online as of December 2014, by grade

Grade 9-12 studentsGrade 6-8 students
Math25%44%
Science23%40%
Computer programming27%38%
History24%37%
English25%34%
World languages24%34%
All of my classes19%16%
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Source

Release date

April 2015

Region

United States

Survey time period

October 6 to December 19, 2014

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

In fall 2014, Project Tomorrow surveyed 431,231 K-12 students, 35,337 parents, 41,805 teachers, 2,485 librarians, 680 district administrators, 3,207 school administrators, 442 technology leaders, and 6,653 members of the community representing 8,216 public and private schools from 2,676 districts.

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