SPONSORED: K12 online education gives families a choice in learning

by | Sep. 24, 2012

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Most parents can agree that a child’s future success begins with a good education. But just as children are different from each other, so are their paths to achievement.

Using 21st century tools and techniques, K12—the country’s largest provider of online education for students in kindergarten through 12th grade—helps students reach their full potential. K12 offers individualized learning customized to each child’s needs. Programs powered by K12’s award winning curriculum include a combination of online interactive and offline hands-on learning, and personalized connections with experienced teachers.
Kristin Smith has been a learning coach for three of her children through the Nevada Virtual Academy. She says, “The K12 program is designed so that each of them has been able to learn in his or her own way.  For example, one child worked best when he tackled one or two subjects a day instead of moving from one subject to the next.” Smith also appreciates having the ability to determine what kind of social situations her children experience. “It is our own family values that are instilled in our kids,” she adds.
There are public and private school options throughout the U.S. that partner with K12. In many cases, enrollment is still open. To learn more visit K12.com.  
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