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K12 Inc. To Host Virtual Investor Day on November 18, 2020

Management to present strategy and growth targets K12 Inc. (NYSE: LRN), one of the nation’s leading tech-enabled education companies, today announced that it will host a Virtual Investor Day on November 18, 2020. Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Nate Davis and other members of K12’s executive management team will provide an in-depth review of the company’s long-term vision and growth strategies, capital allocation framework, and operational and financial objectives. Presentations, including a question and answer session, will begin promptly at 10:30 am ET and conclude by approximately 2:30 pm ET. Investors and analysts can use the following link to register for K12’s Investor Day. A replay of the Investor Day will also be available on the company’s website. For further information about K12’s Investor Day event, please contact Investor Relations at ir@k12.com . About K12 Inc. K12 Inc. (NYSE: LRN) helps students of all ages reach their full potential through inspired teaching and

The Future is Now: Insight School of Washington Students are Ready to Begin Their New School Year

The new school year has been a constant worry for families throughout Washington. According to one survey , 2/3 of parents support keeping brick and mortar schools closed until there is no risk. Even more, students who need additional education assistance are concerned about their dwindling options. Insight School of Washington (ISWA), a tuition-free online public-school serving students in grades 9-12 throughout the state begins their school year Wednesday, September 9, and provides students with the opportunity to reach their academic goals in an alternative education setting. ISWA has been a trusted education partner for Washington families for over 14 years. ISWA gives students a personalized learning experience and offers opportunities for college and career planning and career technical education through its Destinations Career Academy. This enables students to concentrate on important post-secondary planning resources, gain work experience, and earn industry certifications.

Optimizely and Galvanize to Increase Diversity in Tech with Software Engineering Scholarships, Internships

The program is open to individuals who identify as women, are people of color, are part of the LGBTQ or disability communities, or are military veterans Knowing that opportunities in the tech industry are not equitably distributed across gender and racial lines – major tech leaders have employed and retained disproportionate numbers of white men over the last decade – Optimizely and Galvanize are providing four scholarships and paid internship opportunities to those who identify as women, are people of color, are part of the LGBTQ or disability communities, or are military veterans. Scholarship recipients will enroll in The Hack Reactor Software Engineering Immersive through Galvanize, a leader in developing talent and capabilities for individuals and corporations in technical fields such as software engineering and data science. Students will explore the fundamentals of computer science, full stack JavaScript, and the design/development of functional applications. The Hack Reactor

The Future is Now: Insight School of Michigan Students are Ready to Begin Their New School Year

In the face of a global pandemic, the new school year has been a constant worry for families throughout Michigan. According to one survey , 2/3 of parents support keeping brick and mortar schools closed until there is no risk. Even more, students who need additional education assistance are concerned about their dwindling options. Insight School of Michigan (ISMI), a tuition-free online public-school serving students in grades 9-12 throughout the state begins their school year Tuesday, September 8, and provides students with the opportunity to reach their academic goals, while planning for the future, and all in an alternative education setting. Since 2013, ISMI has given students a personalized learning experience and offers opportunities for credit recovery , which enables students to concentrate on courses in a rigorous condensed schedule to help students get back on track and graduate high school on time. “We know the road is uncertain, but between our credit recovery programs and

The Future is Now: Insight School of Minnesota Students are Ready to Begin Their New School Year

With more than 70 percent of parents concerned about the health and well-being of their child if they return to in-person classrooms this fall, many are considering alternatives. On Thursday, September 10 th , Insight School of Minnesota (ISMN), a trusted education partner for families statewide since 2008, returns to the virtual classroom to kick off a new school year. “Even though many of our lives have changed this year due to COVID-19, this does not mean that students’ education should be disrupted,” said ISMN Head of School John Huber. “We are able to provide students with a continuous online learning option that ensures they stay on track with a personalized education plan, so they are prepared to tackle the world.” The comprehensive education approach at ISMN focuses on providing students with the academic, social, and emotional support they need to succeed in school and beyond. The curriculum is offered to support each student’s individual learning needs, styles, and goals.

iQ Academy of Minnesota Opens Its Online Doors for the New School Year

As COVID-related school closures continue into the fall and students, parents, and teachers nationwide look to the start of the new school year with uncertainty, iQ Academy of Minnesota (iQMN), a full- and part-time online public school program, will welcome students for the start of the 2020-2021 school year on Tuesday, September 8 th . iQMN students are offered a full course load in the core subjects of math, science, history, and English/language arts, as well as world languages, music, and art. Electives are available to high school students, as well as dual college enrollment opportunities through the Post-Secondary Enrollment Option (PSEO) enrollment. Students are offered exposure to academic and career-focused content as they work towards their high school diploma. “We provide an alternative to the traditional brick-and-mortar learning environment,” said Operations Manager Theresa Gallagher. “At iQMN, we want to help students grow and reach their full potential. This is

Back-to-School Without a Glitch: Washington Virtual Academies – Omak Will Open its Online Doors for the New School Year

Washington Virtual Academies – Omak (WAVA), a tuition-free full-time online public school, and a program of the Omak School District, is ready to get back to work providing Washington K-12 students with the safe and comprehensive education they need during these historic times. Students and teachers will open their laptops to log on and start the 2020-2021 school year tomorrow, September 2. The first day of school comes as families across the state are frustrated and nervous about what the new school year will mean in the face of a global pandemic. According to one survey , 2/3 of parents support keeping brick and mortar schools closed until there is no risk. Attending school online is a safe alternative and career readiness programs can allow families to still focus on their child’s future. Open since 2010, WAVA offers a personalized approach to learning, delivering rich, engaging curriculum designed to assist students who seek alternative pathways to education. “WAVA has been here

The Experts Are Back in School: Minnesota Virtual Academy Returns to the Online Classroom

In the face of a global pandemic, the new school year has been a constant worry for families throughout Minnesota. According to one survey , 2/3 of parents support keeping brick-and-mortar schools closed until there is no risk. Even more, students who need additional education assistance are concerned about their dwindling options. Minnesota Virtual Academy (MNVA), an online public school program of Houston Public Schools, will welcome students back for the 2020-2021 school year on Tuesday, September 8 th . MNVA is a tuition-free public school at home option available to students statewide in grades K-12. “As many students and teachers experience their first virtual back-to-school season, this is nothing new for our community,” said Superintendent of Houston Public Schools and MNVA Head of School Krin Abraham. “As a trusted online education expert since 2002 we are ready to welcome new and returning families through our virtual doors for another year of providing students with an

Ready to Go on Day One: Passport Academy Charter School Students Already Equipped for Success

Passport Academy Charter School (PACS), a blended tuition-free public charter school for under-credited students aged 17-21 who have not been able to finish their high school education, is ready for the start of the new school year, providing Western Pennsylvania students with the safe and comprehensive education options they need during these historic times. Students and teachers get ready to log on and start the school year tomorrow, September 1. In the face of a global pandemic, the new school year has been a constant worry for families throughout Pennsylvania. According to one national survey , 2/3 of parents support keeping brick and mortar schools closed until there is no risk. “Parents are understandably anxious about what the upcoming school year is going to look like, and we understand,” said PACS Head of School Bo Jackson. “We love our PACS family like they were our own, so rest assured, because we’ve been doing this in Pennsylvania for nearly 10 years. We know how to do it

Back-to-School Without a Glitch: Destinations Career Academy of Wisconsin and Wisconsin Virtual Academy Open their Online Doors for the New School Year

Destinations Career Academy of Wisconsin (WIDCA), a tuition-free full-time online public school serving students in grades 9-12, and Wisconsin Virtual Academy (WIVA) serving students in grades K-12, are ready to get back to work providing Wisconsin students with the safe and comprehensive education they need during these historic times. Students and teachers will open their laptops to log on and start the 2020-2021 school year tomorrow, September 1. The first day of school comes as families across the state are frustrated and nervous about what the new school year will mean in the face of a global pandemic. According to one national survey , 2/3 of parents support keeping brick and mortar schools closed until there is no risk. Attending school online is a safe alternative and career readiness programs can allow families to still focus on their child’s future. As part of the McFarland School District, and staffed by state-licensed teachers, WIDCA and WIVA offer a personalized approach