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Public School Students Turn to Online Education

Public School Students Turn to Online Education

Online courses are becoming a popular solution for declining enrollment in cyber charter schools, said Education Week

"For years, publics schools didn't see the need for virtual schooling," said Thomas C. Murray, the Quakertown district director of technology and cyber education in PA. "But as kids started to leave because we weren't meeting their needs, it was hurting us financially."

Quakertown district is one of many cyber schools that were losing enrollment and costing the district $1.2 million annually, reported Education Week

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Article by Navindra Persaud, EducationWorld Contributor

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