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Students in Ontario received news on March 15th about a number of proposed changes intending to “modernize” the education system in the next couple of years.
One of them is pretty significant and reflects the growing influence of technology on student learning: the new mandatory e-learning requirement. So, while cell phones seem to be out, e-learning will be all in! Who would’ve expected it?
If implemented in the 2020-21 school year, it’ll mean that secondary students will be required to complete a minimum of four credit courses via e-learning, out of the thirty total credits they need to achieve an Ontario Secondary School Diploma.
It’s an unprecedented decision that has surprised a lot of people and left many scratching their heads and wondering how it will work. At this point, there are more questions than answers.
But here at Ontario eSecondary School, it’s our business to know what works for students who take an e-learning course. In short, we know what you need!
Contact us today and we’ll help you get started with your online learning journey. You might just be surprised with the result!