Stanford graduation marks milestone in growth of gifted online learning

11/28/2011 |

Five years ago, Stanford University made a splash when it decided to start an online high school for students who are gifted. About 30 seniors now are set to graduate from the program, and some are calling it a watershed moment in online education. Other large universities, including the University of Missouri and University of Nebraska-Lincoln, have since joined the movement.

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