E-Learning Expands for Special-Needs Students
When Seph Koutsioukis was in a classroom at an elementary school in Simpsonville, S.C., he floundered.
For Seph, who has autism, on-the-spot questions from teachers were a source of embarrassment. He was easily distracted by the sights and sounds in the colorful, occasionally loud room.
But for two years, 10-year-old Seph has taken online classes through the South Carolina Connections Academy , a charter school based in Columbia, S.C. He watches lessons on his home computer and talks with his teachers...
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