Online Schools

By: National School Choice Week Team


Online schools instruct students through online or digital curricula. In 32 states, online public schools have been established by state authorities, by school districts, or charter schools, meaning students can attend these schools full-time, tuition-free. In addition, 35 states offer part-time online public schooling through course access, which allows students to use online coursework to supplement their education with specific classes. In many states, this is accessible, and sometimes even free, for private school or homeschooled students.

Source: Evergreen Education Group and independent research by the NSCW team

Online School Choice in America

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