94% of parents of enrolled families say online school has helped students who were bullied. K¹² teachers across America help raise awareness about bullying by encouraging students to share their stories and promote kindness.
K12 Inc. (NYSE: LRN) today announced at the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Annual Conference and Exposition that it is enabling school district administrators to manage their online learning programs whenever and from wherever they choose.
When the New Jersey Department of Education mandated that all high school students—beginning with the 2014 graduating class—take at least 2.5 credits in financial literacy, administrators at North Plainfield School District’s high school looked for an innovative solution to provide a comprehensive course that met the state requirement.
K12 Inc. is thrilled to announce that several of the upcoming graduates from Colorado Virtual Academy (COVA) have broken new ground in becoming the first set of students to start in kindergarten and matriculate all the way through 12th grade in a K¹²-managed online public school.
Dr. Kristen Kinney-Haines, director of primary literacy at K¹², says "If you have a child who isn't reading by the middle of first grade, you should take action." She adds, "The earlier you catch a problem, the easier it is to remediate."