Seven tips for a flexible virtual program

Thursday, September 26, 2013 -- Kristin Flynn

The start of the school year can bring many challenges: struggling students, scheduling conflicts, teacher shortages, and the list goes on. Virtual courses bring the flexibility you need to keep your students on track, ease a chaotic schedule, and provide course offerings that might not be possible in the traditional classroom. Here are some key things to consider when choosing an effective virtual program for your school:

Course Variety: Present students with a variety of expanded course offerings that meet a range of academic needs, including core, AP, elective, World Language, and CTE courses.

Affordability: Help your bottom line by investing in a flexible, affordable solution packaged to meet your needs and fit within your budget.

Highly-Qualified, Certified Teachers: Ensure your students are taught by high quality, certified teachers that provide continuous progress monitoring and personalized learning.

Flexible Program Options: Provide your students with the flexibility to complete course work at times and locations most convenient for them while still allowing them to stay in your district. 

Student Engagement: Engage students with interactive, media rich content, activities, and learning tools.

Quality, Standards-Aligned Content: Ensure you are providing quality, state and Common Core standards academic content that is proven effective.

Accreditation: Deliver a fully-accredited virtual school solution that provides students with a variety of opportunities for success.

A partnership with EdOptions Academy ensures you have the tools and flexibility needed for success.

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