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dispatch.com — If you’re considering homeschooling your K-12 child in Ohio, you must meet some state requirements. That includes teaching required subjects, performing annual assessments and making sure you have the required qualifications, namely a high school diploma or GED. You’ll also be required to teach your child for a certain number of hours. An online school can help.Continue reading… Facebook Share Twitter Tweet
dispatch.com — When it comes to your child’s education you want to give them the best. You want them to thrive, be challenged and enjoy the journey involved with learning. Sometimes, traditional K-12 brick-and-mortar schools aren’t a good fit. As a result, students and their parents find themselves considering alternative educational settings. Many families today are giving serious thought to enrolling their children in online schools.Continue reading… Facebook Share Twitter Tweet
dispatch.com — If you have ever looked into online classes for yourself — whether just for fun or as part of a degree program that was linked to a local college or university — you might correlate online coursework with adults. In Ohio, however, elementary and high school aged students can also get an online education and complete all required classwork, take exams and complete graded projects entirely online.Continue reading… Facebook Share Twitter Tweet
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