Changes for Dugger students and parents will soon be in effect. The school closed at the end of the school year, but now there is an alternative way to keep education in their community. This past Saturday, Indiana Cyber Charter School officials demonstrate their program, and explain the new curriculum.
Don Williams, the CEO of Indiana Cyber Charter Schools explains that each child receives a computer, textbooks, workbooks, supportive academic materials, they receive multi-function computer that also acts as a scanner so they can interact and coordinate their academic progress with their teachers."
In addition to the new cyber school, students will also get the chance to sign up for some college courses through Trine University.
The Indiana Cyber Charter School is considered a public school, which means it's funded by tax payers.