With all the hoopla over the recent Supreme Court decision in favor of charter schools, a new online school crisis is emerging.
The debate is not limited to charter schools.
A growing number of states are allowing online schools to operate, which has sparked questions about whether they pose the same risk as traditional public schools.
Here are some of the big issues that are fueling the debate.
What are online schools and how are they different from traditional public school?
Online schools are designed to allow students to attend a high-quality education at home, rather than a public school.
For a public elementary school, that means the curriculum, the students, the facilities, the teacher, and the facilities are all in one place.
For an online school, students can take classes online or at home.
They can take courses on the same day and at the same time.
They can take different classes and still receive the same amount of instruction.
And they can choose the school that best suits their individual learning needs.
At least one state has done just that.
California recently passed legislation allowing online school operators to provide students with the same instruction at home as in the classroom.
The state has also said that all students should be enrolled in online classes at the high school level.
But that’s just the beginning.
A growing number in California and elsewhere are taking online school as a way to better prepare students for college, which can require them to take courses in a virtual classroom.
How can students learn online?
Online school courses typically begin with a lesson in a digital format that is often accompanied by video or audio.
The curriculum is often online in addition to the lectures.
Students then go through a set of online tests to evaluate their knowledge and skills.
The more they learn online, the better they can score on the exams, which are standardized tests designed to assess knowledge and problem-solving skills.
One of the biggest problems with online schooling is that it can be a lot of work to learn how to do a particular skill.
It’s often difficult to make the time to study a particular subject in depth.
And the time required to learn it in-person is often very limited.
For example, students often learn their subjects through flash cards.
That’s not the case for many online programs.
Online schools can also have their own curriculum that can vary widely from state to state.
For instance, online programs are designed for students to learn math.
But the way they do math is often different than what is taught in a classroom.
And some online schools have no formal instruction or no curriculum at all.
So why is online learning important?
Online learning has huge potential to help students prepare for college and other careers, especially if students can find a school that is suitable for their interests.
Many online programs offer students the chance to learn from teachers they would otherwise not be able to learn with.
In addition, online learning is a way for students who do not have a formal education to learn new skills without having to get involved in a traditional classroom setting.
It’s a win-win for students, teachers, and schools.
What’s the downside of online learning?
Online programs are usually limited to students who already have a high school diploma or GED.
Some online programs also offer an opportunity for students with disabilities, and they may have difficulty communicating with a teacher who is not proficient in English.
And online programs typically have very little to no oversight from parents.
Some states have recently passed laws that allow online schools that have at least two students to opt-out of having teachers that are required to speak English.
These programs often require students to sign waivers before they can participate.
Critics argue that online learning programs are not accountable to the government and that the programs may be designed to increase student learning without accountability.
Why is online education more popular than traditional public education?
Online education is not only a new option for students.
There are also many people who don’t want to spend time with traditional public schooling, or who may not be ready for it.
To make matters worse, online schools can offer a whole lot of opportunities to students for free.
When you look at the numbers, online school tuition has been on the rise for years.
More than 20 percent of students in public schools in the United States are now enrolled in an online program.
More than half of all high school students in the U.S. have a college degree.
But many online schools are not accredited by the U