Model Online Learning Programs From Across the U.S.
Virtual schools are transforming students' experiences nationwide, as spotlighted these standout examples from the Edutopia archives.
A pioneering effort of the Hudson School District and the Concord Consortium of Massachusetts allows students from around the world to schedule classes at their convenience in subjects not offered at their local school. Each school site offers an online course in exchange for its students having the opportunity to take courses offered by other schools.
The Florida Virtual School serves 100,000 students throughout the United States, offering courses not available to them locally and providing more individual interaction with a teacher. Students capitalize on this opportunity to work part- or full-time, earn college credits, or study at their own pace.
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