OKCPS provides parents with data for in-person online learning

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Oklahoma City Public Schools provides parents with the data they need to choose between learning for their children at home or in the classroom. Students return to class in less than a month, so it’s time to make some important choices for the year ahead. COVID-19 has forced OKCPS to start its E-3 e-learning program early. On Wednesday, OKCPS said it hoped students found their online program world-class. “said Kenny Ward, Director of Online Learning. OKCPS said the E-3 online learning platform is unlike any other due to the specialization of its teachers.” Our E-3 teachers are dedicated to E-3, they only teach virtually. And we really targeted people who had the skills to be successful in this format,” said Carson Aldridge, assistant director of e-learning. Leaders said even beyond COVID-19, the online program is working better for some students. “There’s a lot more flexibility in how long it takes to master content,” Aldridge said. The program gives them flexibility around work and extracurricular activities. “It completely gives them the ability to choose when they finish their work,” Ward said. .OKCPS is holding a series of meetings to show families the platform so they can decide before the deadline at the end of next week.

Oklahoma City Public Schools provides parents with the data they need to choose between learning for their children at home or in the classroom.

Students return to class in less than a month, so it’s time to make some important choices for the year ahead.

COVID-19 has forced OKCPS to start its E-3 e-learning program early. On Wednesday, OKCPS said it hoped students found their online program world-class.

“We need to put our money where our mouth is. We need to start showing the data that shows we’re world class,” said Kenny Ward, director of online learning.

OKCPS said the E-3 online learning platform is unlike any other due to the specialization of its teachers.

“Our E-3 teachers are dedicated to E-3, they only teach virtually. And we really targeted people who had the skills to be successful in this format,” said Carson Aldridge, assistant director of learning in line.

Leaders said even beyond COVID-19, the online program is working better for some students.

“There’s a lot more flexibility in how long it takes to master content,” Aldridge said.

The program gives them flexibility around work and extracurricular activities.

“It completely gives them the choice of when they finish their work,” Ward said.

OKCPS is holding a series of meetings to show families the platform so they can decide before the deadline at the end of next week.

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