K12 Inc. is a for-profit education company that sells online schooling and curriculum to state and local governments. Its educational products and services are designed as alternatives to traditional "bricks and mortar" education for public school students from kindergarten to 12th grade. K12 is a publicly traded education management organization (EMO) that provides online education services to charter school students. It is paid for from taxes. K12 is the largest EMO in terms of enrollment.

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  • Insight Academy of Arizona (ISAZ) alumnus Aden Polydoros, a junior at Northern Arizona University, is poised to release his second novel, Project Prometheus, this summer! Project Prometheus is a mystery and thriller, full of suspense and cliff hangers. It is the sequel to Aden’s first novel, Project Pandora, and continues the journey of three ex-assassins […]

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  • K12 offers families individually tailored online learning for grades K–12 across the U.S. Learn more at https://www.k12.com. Engage with K12 families at https://www.facebook.com/k12inc Connect with K12 on Google+ at http://plus.google.com/+k12 Follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/k12learn Find us on Pinterest at http://pinterest.com/k12inc/

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  • Freedom, expression, and understanding – all things that teachers want their students to experience. There are many restrictions in life, rules that say what you can and cannot do. It becomes a standardized ideal that life is about conformity, to do things the way everybody else is doing it. However, Laurie Tweedle and Kim Wallace, […]

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  • Imagine a school district notifies parents that they must take their child to a location 60 miles from home for testing. Transportation will not be provided; parents are responsible for ensuring that their children arrive every day at their assigned testing site for up to a week, until all exams are complete. Families with multiple […]

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  • Anything is possible with hard work and determination, and when you’re surrounded by a supportive community. Florida Cyber Charter Academy (FLCCA) third-grader Donnie Deyton is a lot like other kids his age. The nine-year-old is artistic, creative and kind. He enjoys spending time with his family, and making animated movies for his YouTube channel and […]

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  • The future is what you make of it, and for Nevada Virtual Academy (NVVA) senior Valerie Croswhite, that means taking charge of her education in order to get a head start on her future. Valerie enrolled in the Jumpstart Program, which gives high school students the opportunity to simultaneously enroll in college courses. Students who […]

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  • Jonathan Northup is just like any 9-year-old boy: he’s energetic, he loves to play video games, and he builds Lego houses in his spare time. However, the second grader is also diagnosed with Level 1 Autism, which is the lowest category on the autism spectrum. This means that his social interaction with others is highly […]

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  • Is digital learning a solution or a problem for academically-at risk students?  In this recent piece in the New York Times, the author concludes the latter. But was it really online learning that caused the students to fall behind? Data from more than 24,000 students who enrolled in our partner online schools in the fall of 2017 […]

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