Class.com to Provide Online Content for ECOT
ECOT, the largest single public charter school in the country, currently serves over 6000 high school students across Ohio. â€œWeâ€™re excited to add Class.comâ€™s outstanding courseware to our schoolâ€™s curriculum,â€ said Superintendent Jeffrey Forster. â€œThe coursesâ€™ interactivity and flexibility are just what our teachers need to improve student achievement and differentiate instruction.â€
â€œECOTâ€™s strong program is a significant presence and theyâ€™ve shown significant growth,â€ added Class.com CEO Katherine Endacott. â€œWeâ€™re pleased to be a content partner as they reach out to students throughout Ohio.â€
With this partnership, ECOTâ€™s teachers and students will have access to a broad selection of Class.comâ€™s comprehensive semester-length courses, including Algebra, Geometry, English, History, Spanish, and Biology.
About Class.com, Inc.
Class.com provides innovative educators with tools to reach every child. We deliver research-based online high school courses in a way that helps every teacher and student succeed.
Class.com grew from a University-based research project to research and develop an effective Web-based high school curriculum appropriate for all students, specifically including at-risk and reluctant learners. Class.com was founded in 1999 to develop and distribute high-quality online content for secondary learners everywhere. For more information, see http://www.class.com.
The Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow (ECOT), based in Columbus, Ohio, has provided students throughout the state with a quality, online public education since the 2000-2001 school year. Regionally-based teachers, supported by a team of advisors, are committed to high performance standards and innovative educational methods. A growing number of graduates have earned their high school diplomas, and many more will follow in their footsteps.
As an online public school, ECOT provides its students with a flexible, tuition-free alternative to traditional public education. ECOT is a national leader in this growing trend. For more information about ECOT, go to http://www.ecotohio.org.