Definitions

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  • noun A school offering courses over the Internet rather than in its own physical premises.

Etymologies

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cyber- +‎ school

Examples

  • The reason I didn't choose this one: The online information is condescending in the same way public schools are ("WE know more than YOU about what's good for your child; you have to do it our way because we are RIGHT.") and it isn't really a "cyberschool" (one that takes advantage of the possibilities of technology), just a paper school administered online.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • This is also a branch of a national "franchise" kind of cyberschool, but it is only in Colorado, Ohio, and Pennsylvania so far.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • The reason I didn't choose this one: The online information is condescending in the same way public schools are ("WE know more than YOU about what's good for your child; you have to do it our way because we are RIGHT.") and it isn't really a "cyberschool" (one that takes advantage of the possibilities of technology), just a paper school administered online.

    CyberSchools

  • This is also a branch of a national "franchise" kind of cyberschool, but it is only in Colorado, Ohio, and Pennsylvania so far.

    CyberSchools

  • The cyberschool approach is fast becoming ordinary at high schools and colleges in America, Europe and in other developed nations.

    John M. Eger: Cyberschools, Cyberlearning Integral to Education's Future

  • By law, the district must send those students' share of local and state tax dollars—in this case $340,000—to the cyberschool.

    My Teacher Is an App

  • He owned a very small house in PA that the family only visited occasionally and claimed residency there so that he could soak PA citizens for $100,000 in cyberschool funds!

    Santorum plans foreign policy speech in key primary state

  • The cyberschool approach is fast becoming ordinary at high schools and colleges in America, Europe and in other developed nations.

    John M. Eger: Cyberschools, Cyberlearning Integral to Education's Future

  • But we've learned a few things about him since he refused to turn his work in at the cyberschool in Colorado.

    The Difficulty of Diagnosing Childhood Disorders

  • When a local newspaper pointed out this anomaly and others followed its lead, the senator withdrew his children from the cyberschool, said that henceforth they'd be home-schooled, and so far has not offered to repay the school district.

    MAIL CALL

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