- Officials with Akron City Schools tell the ABJ that they “learned a lot about online learning since March 2020”. And
which begins with the following sentences: “The district is moving back to its former online learning platform, APS Online, which existed for years before the pandemic. …[T]he program will now include live instruction, which did not exist online before the pandemic, but it will not be from Akron teachers.” Okey doke. (Akron Beacon Journal, 7/13/21) and about sixteen different versions of “you must register, re-register, re-enroll, sign-up, opt-in, etc.” if you want in. (WTOL-TV, Toledo, 7/15/21) Similar interesting happenings Curriculum and teaching will be provided via a third-party virtual program, but students will attend their online classes from the Wooster Christian building every day. Pretty fascinating idea. They are limiting the first year to 20 students and 15 have already enrolled. (The Daily Record, 7/14/21)
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- Not only did Akron’s I Promise School make a brief appearance in the film, this week. Awesome! (Cleveland.com, 7/16/21)
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