Epic Charter School grads less likely to enroll in college

“Like many teenagers, Maggie Waldon caught a sort of senioritis halfway through a traditional high school. With two years left, she enrolled in Epic Charter Schools, the Oklahoma City-based online public school that is now one of the largest virtual schools in the country. At Epic, Waldon said she easily raised her grades from C’s and F’s to A’s and B’s. She said she did so with little instruction. “There were days I asked my teacher for help. But mostly, I just figured it out,” Waldon said.”


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