Virtual schools increase in Kansas
A five-part series about the shift of population in Kansas and its effects on schools, health care, the economy and politics.
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#1 Aug 5, 2011
#2 Aug 5, 2011
Wasn't aware of all this.
#3 Aug 16, 2011
A majority of the student that 'were' enrolled in Ulysses have done this due to the raise of credits required. Ulysses High School is requiring 28 credits , this being one of the highest in Kansas. The highest number of credits required in Wichita (the biggest city in Kansas) is 22 credits at the most! So I personally as a parent think; it's ok for my child to strive and be smarter , but are we suppose to be mad at our child when they mess up? Or change their mind and desire to start virtual classes? What do you parents think?
#4 Aug 16, 2011
Will they still get pregnant?
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