More than 1,000 Chicago students use online program to graduate

07/1/2010 | T.H.E. Journal

More than 1,000 Chicago students in public high schools received diplomas this year with the help of an online credit-recovery program. The program allowed students to make up required credits at their own pace -- rather than retaking the courses at school with the same teacher -- and kept them on track for graduation. An online mentor provided through the district guided students through the program.

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