Online Learning Update

August 25, 2010

Online learning classes vs. Board of Education

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:01 am

by Meg Alexander, KFOR

A virtual charter school is being denied a district code by the State Department of Education. That has parents of the Epic Charter school angry and suing for an interpretation of the State Charter School Act. Attorney Brad Clark is representing the parents of the school, and says they were told their school did not meet requirements for an Oklahoma Charter School. He believes, legally, they have met the standards. He also says the school has a contract with the University of Central Oklahoma to sponsor the charter school. OCU says they are no longer involved in the school.,0,4484537.story

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