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EBR Schools to partner with Arizona State to operate district’s virtual academy
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Dec 3, 9:39 AM: The East Baton Rouge School Board has greenlighted a partnership with Arizona State to operate the district’s virtual academy.
Wake parents looking to move children from Virtual Academy to classrooms face new hurdles
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Dec 2, 6:59 AM: Wake County parents preparing to send their children back to in-person learning after getting them vaccinated have discovered it's not as easy as previously promised.
‘My kid is suffering.’ Parents frustrated with virtual learning at N.J. school hit by Id
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Nov 30, 9:49 AM: After already spending a year learning remotely during the pandemic, students and educators at the middle and high school went back to the same virtual pattern after the town was rocked by the remnants of Ida, which tore through >
Virtual tutoring now available for South Carolina students
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Nov 23, 7:24 AM: COVID-19 has had an impact on student learning in South Carolina, with schools going virtual for most of the 2020-21 school year and the beginning of the 2021-22 school year. Parents having to deal with at-home virtual learning >
Sioux City School Board approves $1.5M plan to construct permanent home for district’s online
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Nov 23, 7:03 AM: The Sioux City Community School Board has approved a more than $1.5 million plan to build a permanent home for the district’s virtual education academy.
Pittsburgh Public Schools to move students to virtual learning on Nov. 29 due to staffing shortages
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Nov 22, 9:06 AM: Pittsburgh Public Schools announced Friday evening that students will move to virtual learning on Monday, Nov. 29. This means that instead of reporting to school, students will log in from home and complete assignments >
Virtual schools see continued growth beyond pandemic reasons
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Nov 19, 7:36 AM: Virtual schools around north-central Wisconsin are hitting their enrollment caps and continuing to steadily grow.
Nearly 2,000 Atlanta students ask to move to virtual classes
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Nov 17, 9:18 AM: Atlanta Public Schools spokesman Seth Coleman said 1,954 students applied for spots in Atlanta Virtual Academy. The district previously warned parents it may need to hold a lottery to determine which students would be admitted if >
Hundreds of Iowa City students learning in ICCSD Online, district’s first permanent online school
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Nov 16, 6:50 AM:

In his virtual classroom, Iowa City math teacher Bennett Brown says he has more time to challenge students who are excelling in the class and work individually with those struggling with the basic content.

Richmond school leader bemoans ‘tragic’ choice to stick with virtual learning
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Nov 10, 9:53 AM: The Superintendent of Richmond Public Schools called the results heartbreaking. Initial Virginia Growth Assessment test scores showed Richmond students, in grades 3 thru 8, 35-percent of students were considered proficient in >
CT legislators consider permanent virtual school as interest grows
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Nov 10, 9:41 AM: Connecticut legislators recently went on a field trip to a Massachusetts classroom that had no students. They walked into a physical school building, up a set of stairs and into an open space filled with cubicles. In those >
‘As long as there’s community interest’ | Popular CMS virtual learning option could be sticking arou
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Nov 10, 9:39 AM: There are roughly 150 kids on the waitlist for the virtual elementary school and 197 kids on the waitlist for virtual middle school.
Hudson County Schools of Technology superintendent renews call to NJ DOE to allow remote learning
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Nov 9, 8:54 AM: Hudson County Schools of Technology Superintendent Amy Lin-Rodriguez is renewing he call to the New Jersey Department of Education to again allow remote learning.
Some districts plan for new full-time virtual schools to outlast the pandemic
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Nov 8, 10:33 AM: Fairfield County is far from the only school district where parents have asked for more full-time virtual options. A Rand Corp. survey conducted in June found 26 percent of districts said they would run a virtual school this year, >
Staffing shortages related to COVID-19 forces Grand Rapids high school to go virtual for a week
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Nov 5, 5:58 AM: The Grand Rapids high school switched to online-only on Thursday, Nov. 4, and will remain virtual through Nov. 10, according to a Wednesday letter from Principal Stephanie Davis to families.
No classroom. Missing friends. How the pandemic jolted Indiana’s special education students
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Nov 5, 5:57 AM: As schools scrambled to deliver special education services in an online format during the early months of the pandemic, students with disabilities faced unique challenges. In-person therapies were not available. Student learning >
Parents worried about virtual learning again becoming the norm
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Nov 5, 5:35 AM: With the closure of a second school in Ingham County because of a COVID-19 outbreak, parents and students are concerned the days of virtual learning could become a reality once again.
In this Washington-area school system, more than 10,000 students remain virtual
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Nov 2, 8:47 AM: But for other students in Rubin’s Capitol Heights Elementary class, school is still virtual — with mornings that start at home on a computer and learning that happens mostly online. It’s not always what families want, but as the >
Frisco ISD to offer hybrid and online high school options next year
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Nov 2, 5:53 AM: Frisco ISD announced Monday that starting in 2022, students can earn high school credit through two new approved paths: a full-time online option or a hybrid system through the FISD+ program. According to a statement, the district >
FCPS teachers continue to hone the virtual learning experience with new program
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Nov 1, 8:07 AM: Almost 1,200 students across Frederick County Public Schools are enrolled in the system’s new Blended Virtual Program this year. Their teachers are scattered across the county, camped out in home offices, vacant classrooms and >

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