It's not about "where" you get an education, it what you obtain and learn from that education.
There are right now over 30,000 children in Ohio grade, k-12 getting an education online, not even to count those who getting college educations online. It is proving to be effective and cost efficient. And that is what is upsetting school districts and union camps. They are losing head counts and that means they are losing funding. Face it folks, technology is taking it's course.
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Kids already spend too much time tapping their fingers on some stupid screen. I say go to a brick and mortar school and either learn or flunk.
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I don't think the schools are failing any ways near the rate that parents are failing to raise their children to be respectful productive members of society. I am not sure on line schools are a good thing. I guess it would depend on who was supervising the students on their end. The right parent would be ok I guess. I still think kids need guidance from a responsible source.
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For some kids, absolutely. For other kids, absolutely not.
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Its a good idea for parents who have no option but this or send their kids to a failing, unsafe public school.
Schools are completely antiquated.
Yep and 101% behind it.
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