There’s a growing trend of people choosing online schools for their students, with more and more parents choosing online learning over traditional schools, a new survey by the Pew Research Center found.
Some of the more popular online schools are offered in more than a dozen states, and some offer students free tuition and fees.
But others, such as a private school in California, are not accredited.
Here are some of the top online schools in the United States.
College of Idaho, Boise, Idaho College of Idaho offers online learning in English, math and science to about 1,100 students, according to the school’s website.
Students have access to online classes through a computer-based learning environment that includes a website, a video-chat platform and an online tutor.
There’s also a physical school in Boise, which students can enroll in online and in-person.
The school is one of the few in Idaho to offer students access to a virtual classroom.
Students can complete online classes at home.
The online learning space is a joint venture between the College of Education and the Idaho School of Mines.
Students earn credits for participating in class work and can also earn extra credit by doing online work.
The tuition and fee for the online program is $3,937 per year for students ages 14 and up.
The college charges $1,500 per student for a full-time position.
Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona Arizona State University’s online program offers online courses for students age 18 and up and also offers a traditional class to students age 21 and up, the university said on its website.
The university’s online classes are offered through a partnership with the College for Digital Learning.
Students enroll online in classes that include multimedia, interactive, video, computer science, and mathematics.
Students also can take in-class video-work and other courses through a virtual campus.
Students may also choose to take an online class from the College’s online learning portal.
The courses offer online instruction and access to all materials, including print-out copies of textbooks, and are available to anyone in the U.S. and around the world.
The cost of an Arizona State online degree is $15,569.
University of Iowa, Ames, Iowa University of Iowa offers a degree program in social work that allows students to learn online in real-time.
Students who are enrolled in a course are required to have a university account with the school, and the course is offered through the College.
Students are also allowed to use their personal email to participate in the course.
The fee for this online program, which costs $3.95 per credit, is $10 per credit.
The price includes tuition and a $300 fee to register for classes.
Utah State University and Utah Valley University, Salt Lake City, Utah Utah Valley University and University of Utah offer online programs, in which students complete coursework in real time in the virtual classroom, and also have a virtual course to help students with other life skills.
The Utah Valley Online Learning and Virtual Learning program is offered by the University of Washington.
The University of Waterloo is also offering online learning to students from across Canada.
Students pay $1.50 per credit for a virtual, in-depth course in English language and literature, computer and technology, history, history of science, technology and engineering, social work, and psychology.
The Woodruff School, Atlanta, Georgia The Woodruff Institute of Online Learning, a private nonprofit school in Atlanta, offers online classes to students in the Atlanta metro area.
The program is open to all U. S. residents ages 18 and older and offers classes in English and mathematics, and other learning areas.
Students must be in school to participate.
The school’s online curriculum is online, so students are expected to be online on the same day.
Classes begin on Thursday evenings.
Students choose a subject for which they will be able to practice and have the opportunity to collaborate.
There are no fees.
California State University of Guadalajara, Guadalampas, California California State University in Guadalapas offers online, full-day and part-day learning through a collaboration with the University College of the Arts, which offers a virtual-learning program.
The curriculum includes a course called The Future of Learning, which is available on the university’s website for $1 per credit hour.
The California State online curriculum includes two online learning spaces, the Guadalabar Center and the Gualampas Center.
Students work together with the Guadelabar Institute for Virtual Learning, the center that hosts the Guacamole Learning Center.
The Guadalabs online learning site also includes a virtual learning experience for students in their home.
Guadalabi students can access the online learning center through a browser, and Guadalaban students can use a computer or mobile device