Educational Technology

February 27, 2017

Chicago suburban summer online classes continue annual growth

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by Suzanne Baker, Naperville Sun

A Local online learning consortium is on pace to enroll 1,500 high school students for its summer classes this year. Kip Pygman, director of the Expanding Learning Opportunities consortium known as eLo, said since registration opened on Jan. 18, 900 students have signed up for at least one of the six classes offered through the three-district partnership between Indian Prairie District 204, Naperville District 203 and Wheaton Warrenville District 200. Last year at the same point, 700 students had signed up. “Based on those numbers, I anticipate will need close to 50 teachers this summer,” Pygman said of the projected 1,500 students. Last summer, there were 1,300 students.

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