Is online school easier than public school?
One of the most common questions asked on this topic is, “Are online classes easier?” Put simply, the answer is no. Opting for online courses over traditional courses is not the easy route for your education. It’s true that online courses offer more flexibility, but that doesn’t change the amount of work you put in.
What are the cons of charter schools?
Charter School Pros & Cons – Summary List
|Charter School Pros||Charter School Cons|
|Community feeling||May not be suitable for some children|
|Smaller classes||Parents need to be engaged more|
|Higher flexibility||Fundraising might be necessary|
|Alternative teaching methods||High workload for teachers|
Why is public school better than homeschooling?
Children who attend public school have more opportunities for social interaction than many homeschool students. There are homeschool co-ops that can be helpful, but a public school has built-in social benefits. Sending your children to public school frees you up to just be a parent.
How long is a regular school day?
|Average number of hours in the school day and average number of days in the school year for public schools, by state: 2007–08|
|State||Average number of hours in the school day||Average number of days in the school year|
How many days a year is school in session?
|California||180 days Notes: Charter schools and select districts are required 175 days. More details may be found at: https://www.cde.ca.gov/fg/aa/pa/lcffitfaq.asp Citations: West’s Ann.Cal.Educ.Code § 46200, 41420|
|Colorado||160 days Citations: C.R.S.A. § /td>|
Does K12 send you a computer?
K12 ships loaner computers to students who qualify per their school’s eligibility requirements. Computer eligibility is discussed during the enrollment process. Note that not all K12 schools provide computers to their students. Unfortunately, you will not be able to check your computer order ahead of time.