Re: “States vetting online schools” (TNT, 2-24).
The Stateline.org article suggests weak accountability nationally. My experience with my son in a digital public school tells me the opposite.
We are not Florida. Our state Legislature has mandated accountability for online schools that exceeds anything in traditional schools in our state, if not the nation.
After attending classes that moved either too fast or too slow for my son, we enrolled Leamon in a state-approved digital public school. Our Legislature launched digital public schools with rigorous accountability for students, teachers and school districts. School districts don’t receive funding for a …