Leaping into formal learning is a moment of great significance in a child’s life. And because it’s so important to start a child’s school career off strong, many Alabama kindergarten families are discovering the benefits of K12-powered online learning, which blends the best aspects of public school education with the convenience and familiarity of home.
Benefits of K12-Powered Kindergarten in Alabama
Eligible Alabama kindergartners can take advantage of the tuition-free* K12-powered public school options in their state, where students benefit from:
A personalized learning program
Instruction from state-licensed teachers
Outstanding, interactive curriculum
A supportive online learning community
With online learning, students can log in to school from any computer with an internet connection, so school can happen from home or on the go.
Kindergarten students learn using a variety of learning experiences, as presented by their teachers during online class sessions. Kindergarten students also spend time learning offline with the help and supervision of their Learning Coach—usually a parent or other responsible adult. A student’s Learning Coach will typically spend 4 to 6 hours each school day assisting their student and completing school-related tasks, such as logging attendance and communicating with the teacher.
K12-powered schools often host opportunities for students to participate in school-sponsored outings and events, giving kindergarteners a chance to make friends and learn social skills within their school community.
To learn more about how K12-powered Alabama kindergarten works for families, check out the videos and information regarding the role of the Learning Coach.
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