Without face-to-face contact between teachers and students, Franklin Superintendent Maureen Sabolinski expects some students could fall behind.
"It is a much more active type of learning," she said. "It could be a challenge for some students. You have to keep up with your work every day. Students may fall into thinking it will be a lot easier."
Several other states offer blended learning and full-time online programs. In Florida, most students take online classes part-time, but full-time online students are able to connect with peers.
Read more: http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/news/x930815941/School-officials-say-virtual-schools-are-a-tool-with-some-red-flags#ixzz2NnCmGGQb
More on the Commonwealth of MA Virtual Schools (CMVS) can be found on the MA DESE webpage
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