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With only 45 current students, Sioux Falls School District likely to discontinue Virtual Academy pro
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Mar 31, 7:52 AM: Sioux Falls School District officials say they’re still weighing whether or not to do away with the Virtual Academy they started during the COVID-19 pandemic and at the same time are alerting parents it’s likely to be discontinued >
What Families Should Know About K-12 Online Schools
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Mar 23, 6:38 AM: As schools reopened last fall, many families were relieved to leave virtual learning behind. But for some – particularly those with health concerns or kids who’ve struggled in traditional school – online school may be an attractive >
Oregon’s largest school districts to continue offering online learning option next year
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Mar 22, 8:36 AM: Administrators with Salem-Keizer Public Schools' EDGE online program say some students are finding success through online school
Hawaii schools to receive $72 million in federal funds for online learning
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Mar 14, 8:37 AM: More than $72 million in federal COVID-19 assistance funds has been awarded to Hawaii public schools, and a handful of charter and private schools, to help close the “digital equity” gap suffered by students who don’t have a way to >
The virtual future of CCPS: Next fall, Chesterfield opens its first stand-alone digital school
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Mar 10, 10:01 AM: In the age of COVID-19 and the Internet of Things, Chesterfield County Public Schools are meeting the moment – a rising demand for learning spaces that offer families the flexibility to better merge education with the logistics of >
With new K-5 learning program, Hampton City Schools flex virtual learning muscles
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Mar 4, 9:08 AM:

The pandemic caused schools across the country to flex their education muscles very differently. Hampton City Schools decided to take that flex to another level by creating what it calls a virtual learning revolution.

As masks become optional, some parents want remote learning options
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Mar 4, 6:57 AM: State education officials released remote learning standards last month that would make it possible for high school students to opt in for online school starting this summer, but parents of younger kids like Ava say they feel left >
Online Tutoring Effective At Making Up For COVID-19 Learning Loss
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Mar 3, 7:23 AM: According to a study by the University of California San Diego, disruptions to in-person learning during the COVID-19 pandemic have increased interests in expanding online tutoring to K-12 students.
With new K-5 learning program, Hampton City Schools flex virtual learning muscles
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Mar 3, 7:17 AM: The pandemic caused schools across the country to flex their education muscles very differently. Hampton City Schools decided to take that flex to another level by creating what it calls a virtual learning revolution.
Virtual academies could disappear across NC schools next year
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Mar 2, 9:31 AM: Public school district virtual academies will disappear across North Carolina next year, unless the districts spin up new schools that are exclusively virtual.
DCPS ‘redesigning’ virtual options for students in need
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Mar 1, 7:02 AM: In an effort to better accommodate students in unique situations, Daviess County Public Schools is redesigning its virtual learning options.
Los Angeles Unified to expand online learning, improve independent study
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Feb 28, 7:23 AM: To accommodate an expected increase in the number of students in remote learning once its school vaccine mandate takes effect, the Los Angeles Unified School District is creating new online schools that will open in the fall.
Hampton schools will launch pilot K-5 online learning program
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Feb 24, 9:19 AM: Online learning didn’t work for everyone during the pandemic, but public educators said some students thrived academically.
Enrollment in virtual schools is exploding. Will students stay long term?
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Feb 22, 10:54 AM: D.C.'s only fully virtual charter school saw an enrollment spike. So did schools across the country.
Opinion: Hybrid schools could be America’s future
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Feb 17, 10:18 AM: Hybrid schools — or a combination of at-home and in-classroom learning — are starting up across the country from California to Louisiana and from Tennessee to Massachusetts as a way for students to get the best of both worlds when >
Arlington Public Schools may pause virtual learning program next school year
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Feb 17, 9:09 AM: School leadership said the current program is falling short of Arlington Public School’s vision of a “full range of academic and social-emotional services” for virtual students.
Parents Concerned That Charleroi School District Does Not Provide Live Online Instruction
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Feb 16, 8:47 AM: Parents in a school district in Washington County are concerned about how their kids are learning when they quarantine at home.
Editorial: Online education is important part of school choice discussion
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Feb 15, 9:54 AM: Finding a way for the districts to lean on each other to provide what students need is an admirable evolution of school choice. It isn’t just because students and families and school districts can all come out ahead. It is because >
Horry Co. School Board votes to end virtual learning program, could bring it back in 2023
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Feb 15, 9:48 AM: The Horry County School Board in a 11-1 vote has decided to end the virtual learning program after the 2021-2022 school year. The vote puts the program on pause for at least one year, but school leaders said it could return in the >
CT nears finalizing permanent remote learning options
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Feb 15, 9:28 AM: The state is on the cusp of authorizing districts to offer remote classes in its high schools. Following feedback from a state task force last month, the education department shared remote learning standards on Monday to be sent >

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