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Friday, August 17, 2007

From eSchool News

I got this in my inbox from eSchool News this afternoon and thought that I should pass it on...

Florida leads growth in virtual schooling

As a seventh-grader, Kelsey-Anne Hizer was getting mostly Ds and Fs and thought teachers at her Ocala, Fla., middle school weren't giving her the help she needed. She was ready to give up.

But after switching schools for eighth grade, Kelsey-Anne is receiving more individual attention, making As and Bs, and is enthusiastic about learning--even though she has never been in the same room as her... [Full Story]

What do you think? Is this growth a good thing or something we should be cautious about?

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