D-200 hopes to expand online classroom presence by next year
Community Unit School District 200 students may soon have access to a more diverse array of classes due to a multi-district effort to expand online course offerings.
D-200 and four other local school districts are working together to explore creating and sharing online teachers, resources and digital classrooms. Some of those new resources could start to be phased in as soon as next year, according to Faith Dahlquist, the district's assistant superintendent of educational services.
"With all of the digital learning tools that are available, we need to seize those opportunities not only to expand the different types of classes that we could offer but also to be able to differentiate instruction and provide more effective instruction during our regular school day," Dahlquist said.
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