Monday, June 30, 2008

Virtual reality

"More than 1,000 middle and high school students in Oklahoma take classes online, with some earning their diplomas solely through virtual schoolwork," Wendy K. Kleinman reports today in The Oklahoman. "The students' options include online high schools offered by a charter school, a local company, a public school district and a university."

"It's becoming the fiber of education, says Jeff Elliott, president of Oklahoma City-based Advanced Academics. "It's beyond a trend now."

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