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Online classes, new text help keep Cherokee language alive

Keeping alive a language and culture that were on the verge of dying is critical, and making Cherokee language classes available online has successfully contributed to the effort, said B.J. Foreman, multi-media director for the Cherokee Nation. The online classes are available to the public free of charge,...
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Vinay IAS Academy starts online classes

Jamshedpur, June 16: Vinay IAS Academy, preferred institution for Civil Services, Banking and other competition examination started online classes for students preparing for IAS and banking exam. Director of the Academy Vinay Singh started the online classes at its Sakchi situated institute on Friday. This will help the...
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Online Classes for K-12 Schools: What You Need to Know

Millions of K-12 students now spend time taking online classes. But what those experiences look like, the reasons such courses are offered, and the entities that provide them all vary tremendously. And despite the rapid proliferation of online courses, it’s still hard to pin down how many students...
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Is Online Ed Missing the Mark?

As online education proliferates, is it effective for those students who are already at risk because they may not have been well prepared for higher education in the first place? According to a new study from the Brookings Institution, students who are the least well prepared for traditional...
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ASU athletes rely on online classes for high-demand schedule

TEMPE — Whether it is football, basketball, soccer or gymnastics, student-athletes have the added pressure to perform not only on the field but in the classroom. Practices, workouts, film sessions and travel days take up chunks of their weeks and demand creativity to build schedules with full-time academic...
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Rural Missouri schools turn to online summer classes

HILLSBORO, Mo. (KMOV.com) – Like many rural schools across Missouri, the Grandview R-2 School District doesn’t have enough students or teachers to support a wide range of summer school options. Now, a growing online program is filling a void in rural schools. Going into its sixth summer now, the...
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