Top 10 Ways to Make Virtual Learning Work
Advice from one of the nation’s best K-12 online academies
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, many school districts are considering virtual education once again, for at least part of their weekly mix.
If that’s the case in your area, Angela Lassetter, Superintendent of the Georgia Cyber Academy (GCA), would like to help.
GCA is a free, full-time, online K-12 public school, founded in 2007, that serves approximately 11,000 students throughout the state of Georgia. Having put her own children through the academy and served on its board, Lassetter understands how well a virtual program can work and believes online has a place in every school district.
Recently she’s been sharing insights gleaned from a remarkable improvement in academic performance at GCA.