It takes a lot of work to cultivate strong, engaged online learners, and every district has its own unique needs and challenges. For these reasons, developing a successful online learning program isn’t easy. Some schools need to create career pathways programs for students; others want to be able to offer more advanced placement (AP) courses. Still others need more STEM or computer science options, but don’t have access to qualified course instruction for these subjects.

A quality online learning program can help districts achieve their goals and do more with less. By providing students with a quality online option, you can...

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  • About the Author:

    Carol Ribeiro is president and chief executive officer of The Virtual High School.