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Tuesday, 25 September 2012


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Karen Noll

K12 is one of the two virtual school providers in the state of Georgia. Interesting that K12 only gave $1,000 to the pro amendment campaign. Virtual school has its appeal. Students who struggle in the classroom can take their public school classes online through this program offered through our public schools. And at one point new students could get a computer when they enrolled. That grant money dried up. I've run into to parents that home school that chose this option for their homeschooled children wehn they got to the upper grades. So, apparently Georgia has plenty of school choice and does not need an amendment to add another autorizer to the charter school soup!

Lowndes Area Knowledge Exchange

K12 donated $100,000. -jsq

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