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The Public School With The Highest Attendance Rates In D.C. Is Empty Most Of The Year
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Nov 16, 6:13 AM: Friendship Public Charter School Online is the only K-8 tuition-free virtual school in Washington, D.C., and it reported the highest attendance rates in the city for the 2017-2018 school year — 99.8 percent. They also reported no >
In wake of ECOT, lawmakers explore new e-school funding methods
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Nov 16, 6:06 AM: As state lawmakers move on from the ECOT scandal that led to the closure of Ohio’s largest online charter school as a result of state enrollment overpayments, the next step is figuring out a better way to fund >
Bullying, school threats have more students going to school online
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Nov 9, 7:50 AM: More families are turning to online school to protect their children from bullying and threats on campus, like school shootings. One Lynchburg family fears for their daughter's safety, so she goes to school online.
Letter: Online charter school was great fit for me
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Nov 9, 7:17 AM: When I was in the seventh grade, my parents and I were concerned that I wasn’t challenged enough in school. In the traditional middle- that I was attending, there were many distractions and we noticed my test scores were declining. >
More Virginia students going to school online instead of in the classroom
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Nov 8, 7:00 AM: The Virginia Virtual Academy reports record enrollment this year of about 2,000 students. Students across the Commonwealth take classes online.  They have homework assignments, tests and still take SOLs at the end of the >
Maine’s first virtual charter school gets 5-year renewal
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Nov 7, 8:19 AM: The Maine Charter School Commission unanimously approved a five-year charter renewal for Maine’s first virtual charter school on Tuesday, but denied the school’s request to expand into additional grades and lift its enrollment >
Online schools and student mobility: When kids churn, scores drop.
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Nov 6, 7:39 AM: Between 2016 and 2017, more than 2,500 students in Wisconsin’s virtual charter schools withdrew, got kicked out or dropped out— roughly 40 percent of the total enrollment, a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel analysis >
Maine’s first virtual charter school up for state renewal
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Nov 6, 7:13 AM: Maine Connections Academy, which serves 429 students, wants to expand its enrollment cap and add two new grades, subject to approval by the state charter school commission.
Clicking for classes: Local students opt for online schooling
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Nov 6, 6:27 AM: The Opelika resident recently spoke with the Opelika-Auburn News about her family’s experience with the online public school. Jayden attended Beauregard Elementary School when he was younger, but his mother decided to try >
JWCC online learning program ranked No. 6
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Nov 5, 7:26 AM: John Wood Community College's online learning program now ranks among the state's best. JWCC is ranked No. 6 among the 48 community colleges in Illinois by the Community for Accredited Online Schools website.
Maine’s first virtual charter school up for state renewal
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Nov 5, 7:01 AM: Maine’s first virtual charter school is undergoing its first comprehensive evaluation as it seeks to renew its state charter, five years after it launched amid concerns around local schools’ independence from national companies >
Ohio starts hard look at e-school funding after ECOT mess
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Nov 5, 6:56 AM: State officials are finally about to look at new ways of funding online schools and avoiding a repeat of the $80 million ECOT overpayment controversy that has fueled political and legal fights for more than two years.
Life Is Complicated: Distance Learning Helps
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Nov 2, 7:26 AM: Today, he is studying for his doctorate in business administration at Walden University, which specializes in online education. “I knew I didn’t want to go back to school in the traditional sense,” said Mr. Haynes, who uses a >
County library’s innovative partnership with Career Online High School graduates first high sc
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Nov 1, 5:24 AM: Sorth was inspired to find a way for the library to help adults graduate from high school when she learned there are 90,000 adults over the age of 25 in the St. Louis region without high school diplomas.
TPS joins other Ohio districts in attempt to intervene in ECOT lawsuit
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Oct 30, 6:11 AM: Toledo Public Schools joined four other Ohio school districts in requesting a judge let them intervene in a lawsuit against key officials of the now-shuttered Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow.
In More High School Classes, the Teacher Is on a Screen
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Oct 25, 7:49 AM: The teacher shortage is getting so bad across the country that tens of thousands of students nationwide now get lessons live streamed into their classrooms.
Philadelphia cyber charter schools are changing the way children join the classroom
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Oct 25, 7:33 AM: Renowned PA Cyber Charter School was Pennsylvania’s first all remote cyber charter school providing education from Kindergarten to 12th grade. This school built its reputation on a model that allows students to learn from any >
Indiana schools finding success with eLearning
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Oct 25, 7:06 AM: The use of eLearning days is growing in Indiana. Currently, 278 school districts or schools — including  101 nonpublic schools and 177 public — are approved for using eLearning days, said Candice Dodson, director of eLearning with >
Letter: Idaho Virtual Academy helped me
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Oct 25, 6:29 AM: As the holiday season approaches, many students lose their drive to learn. I know because I’ve been there. But online school helped me foster a love for learning that’s carried me through elementary school and >
Snow days in Maine could soon be a thing of the past
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Oct 25, 5:49 AM: School officials in the Five Town Community School District and School Administration District 28, a combined district in Knox County that shares a central administration, are putting forth a pilot project this year that will >

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