Worldwide, more and more students are taking advantage of virtual education options. As students, parents, and educators embrace the individualization and flexibility of online learning, this growth is likely to continue. With this in mind, it’s becoming critical for school and district administrators to have a plan in place to offer virtual options for students and, even more importantly, to make sure that students are set up for success in these programs.
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Andrew Scott Lobdell has been an educator for over 24 years. He has extensive knowledge in secondary virtual education having helped in the creation of three different virtual schools. Scott has also helped multiple schools and districts create their own safe and secure virtual school programs.
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