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How Homeschooling & Cyber Schooling Changed Public Education

Traditional brick and mortar schools have long been the standard in education in the United States. The introduction of school choice along with the increase in popularity of charter schools and homeschooling has caused district schools to reevaluate their teaching methodology. The continued impact and implications of school choice only further the idea that different schooling options work for different learners. Having a variety of choices to meet the various needs of learners can only serve to positively impact educational paradigms overall.

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PA Virtual Grads-Where are They Now?

PA Virtual Cyber School Grads: Where are They Now? - Micaela Hoadley

Micaela Hoadley is a 2016 graduate of PA Virtual. Since graduation, she has been attending Bloomsburg University with a major in anthropology and a minor in biology. We recently caught up with Micaela and learned a little bit about what she has been up to since graduating high school, how PA Virtual prepared her for college, and what advice she has for this year’s graduating seniors.

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About Cyber Education

Is Virtual Learning a Substitute to Traditional Schools?

When speaking with parents, this is one of the most common questions we hear. In short, the answer is no, virtual learning is not a substitute to brick and mortar schools; virtual learning is an alternative. In some cases it can be a superior form of education – for the right student, if you choose the right school. There are certain advantages which virtual schools offer that traditional schools do not.

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How hard is online school compared to homeschooling?

It’s 2019, and many parents are looking in a new direction for the education of their children - schooling from home. Homeschooling is a home-based education program created by the parent, and in the past, consisted of a parent creating and executing lessons for their child at home. When it comes to home education, technology has created a new opportunity- for online schools to better cultivate and support both students and parents.

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Quick Tips in Education

Awesome Websites and Resources for Parents and Students in K-12th Grade

Education and learning isn’t limited to the classroom. There are numerous ways to engage your child in fun and educational activities no matter where you are.

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There's An App for That: K-12 Educational Resources [History & Science]

 Looking for some extra help outside of the classroom for your child? Don’t want your child’s learning to become stagnant? There’s an app for that. Here are a few apps that can help support your child in History and Science this school year.  

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