An E-school allows students to work with their curriculum and teachers over the internet.
Online learning can replace traditional learning or can be taken in combination with traditional school learning.
E-schools are a type of community school in which the students complete schoolwork at home on a computer.
Because public E-schools receive public funding, they must accept all students, regardless of prior academic or behavior record. They must also accept students with disabilities and should develop a plan to support these students.
E-schools usually provide loaner computers, a stipend for Internet service, and some provide a printer.
Ohio law requires four face-to-face meetings between teachers and students per year.
Schools must follow Standards for K-12 Online Learning in addition to following the Ohio Learning Standards.
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