BLENDED WORKAROUNDS: There’s more to blended learning than the technology. There’s also a host of icky regulations and policy restrictions that public school administrators have to wade through. In this Clayton Christensen Institute brief, several California public school superintendents shared workarounds for issues related to teacher credentialing, class size limits, a slow procurement process, union contracts and postsecondary credits, among other hurdles. The paper comes with a handy cheatsheet of 11 tips for implementing blended learning. First tip: Use qualified substitutes.