Online learning makes the grade
Middle and high school students across North Carolina are no longer restricted to taking only the classes that are offered within their brick-and-mortar school buildings.
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#1 Sep 29, 2010
what i dont understand is that schools approved all of this the online learning okayy thats cool and all but over here at one of the high schools we dont have the right techonilogy to do all of this and when we ask for it they give us a blank look im nott verry happy with any of this and i want this to change oh and one other thing why did they pick the ocs progam to do this why not the other classes for hevans sake last year they had us watching elmo we may be in a different learning class but seriously ELMO okayy thats my thoughts on all of this
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