Oklahoma Virtual High School enrollment could grow by 20 percent to 30 percent in the coming year, one official said.
Enrollment is open now for the coming school year, the fourth year for the school, said Andy Scantland, vice president of marketing for Advanced Academics, the company that runs the school. In the past school year, the program had about 1,000 students across the state, he said.
"Online learning is becoming more accepted," Scantland said. "Online learning isn't for everyone, but if you're someone who needs a different approach, this might be an option."
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
'Online learning is becoming more accepted'
Dawn Marks reports that
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