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Missouri District-Led Program Expands Tuition-Free Summer School Courses

6/20/2017 Sri Ravipati, The Journal A program created by Grandview R-2 School District in Hillsboro, MO called the Missouri Online Summer Institute (MOSI) will be offering more than 100 tuition-free summer school courses for students in grades 7-12 this summer. MOSI offers a range of courses from Fuel Education’s online curriculum and all online courses […]

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Missouri Online Summer School Offers Innovative Education for More Students

6/19/17 Meghan Bogardus Cortez, EdTech Forget summer brain drain for K–12 students in Missouri. They have access to more than 100 free online classes thanks to the Missouri Online Summer Institute, a program open to students in grades 7–12, K12 Inc. reports in a press release. Class offerings range from required electives to Advanced Placement courses […]

Online School Students Gather for Good at Central Texas Food Bank

02/24/17 Stef Manisero, TWC News AUSTIN, Texas — When you attend an online school, face-to-face interactions with teachers and classmates don’t happen every day. But this morning, students from the Texas Online Preparatory School, or TOPS, will gather for a community service project at the Central Texas Food Bank. Stef Manisero is there this morning […]

Some Bullied Students Turn To Online School

02/09/2017, KDRV NORTH BEND, Ore. – Oregon Virtual Academy works with about 2,400 students across the state. For many students, the model works well for students who travel so they can do their work online. But for some, online school is a safe haven. “One of the reasons they were enrolling to virtual education because […]


The Role of Career Technical Education in Bridging the Skills Gap

1/17/17 Written by Stuart Udell, CIO Review February is Career Technical Education (CTE) Month, created to raise awareness about and help bridge the skills gap currently experienced by businesses across the nation. According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, more than half of U.S. employers report struggling with talent acquisition. This shortage is particularly […]


Campbell Faulkner is guest of honor at QC Blended Learning Center ribbon-cutting ceremony

11/16/16 Written by Savannah Norton, Queen Creek Independent Queen Creek fifth-grader Campbell Faulkner was the guest of honor at a ribbon-cutting to celebrate the grand opening of Arizona Virtual Academy and Insight Academy of Arizona’s Queen Creek Blended Learning Center on Thursday, Nov. 3. Much of the nation is familiar with the 10-year-old as the […]