Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of cyberschool.

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Examples

  • He now has deep concerns about whether full-time cyberschools are a viable model.

    My Teacher Is an App

  • Some advocates of full-time cyberschools say that the disappointing results are partly because some of the students had a rough time in traditional schools, and arrive testing below grade level in one or more subjects.

    My Teacher Is an App

  • Critics say that cyberschools turn education into a largely utilitarian pursuit: Learn content, click ahead.

    My Teacher Is an App

  • Two companies, K12 and Connections Academy, dominate the market for running public cyberschools.

    My Teacher Is an App

  • It seems like a nice blend of public school and home school, especially since in Colorado, we have school choice, so we can choose any of a number of cyberschools many of which are charter schools.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • It seems like a nice blend of public school and home school, especially since in Colorado, we have school choice, so we can choose any of a number of cyberschools many of which are charter schools.

    CyberSchools

  • Our schools are ighting to keep kids in school instead of having them enroll in cyberschools, etc.

    When did being bored in class deserve disciplinary action?

  • And so whether that comes through a system operated by private schools, or charter schools, or cyberschools, or what we call our public schools, it is still a public education.

    CNN Transcript Feb 22, 2003

  • Two companies, K12 and Connections Academy, dominate the market for running public cyberschools.

    WSJ.com: What's News US

  • Critics say that cyberschools turn education into a largely utilitarian pursuit: Learn content, click ahead.

    WSJ.com: What's News US

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