Online schools free K-12 students from tyranny of the clock

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Online schools free K-12 students from tyranny of the clock

Students seeking a digital education are choosing their own paths
Kelly Powell, a councilor and tutor at Southwest Colorado eSchool, helps Michele Carver, 17, with her Spanish assignment at the school’s student center, 162 Stewart St., in Bodo Industrial Park. Michele is the daughter of Alisa and Larry Carver.
Mike Freeburn, principal of Southwest Colorado eSchool, talks with Levi Pinkney, 13, and his mother, Laura Pinkney at the school’s student center, 162 Stewart St., in Bodo Industrial Park. Levi is also the son of Fred Pinkney.
Southwest Colorado eSchool’s white board counts down the final days of the semester at its student center, 162 Stewart St., in Bodo Industrial Park.

Online schools free K-12 students from tyranny of the clock

Kelly Powell, a councilor and tutor at Southwest Colorado eSchool, helps Michele Carver, 17, with her Spanish assignment at the school’s student center, 162 Stewart St., in Bodo Industrial Park. Michele is the daughter of Alisa and Larry Carver.
Mike Freeburn, principal of Southwest Colorado eSchool, talks with Levi Pinkney, 13, and his mother, Laura Pinkney at the school’s student center, 162 Stewart St., in Bodo Industrial Park. Levi is also the son of Fred Pinkney.
Southwest Colorado eSchool’s white board counts down the final days of the semester at its student center, 162 Stewart St., in Bodo Industrial Park.

Online schools free K-12 students from tyranny of the clock

Anthony Webster, left, and Josie Rose, second from left, work on online courses while academic coach Victoria Monreal helps Aarron Trudeau with an academic plan at Goal High School, 2800 Main Ave., on Thursday.
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