Launches Today, Guides Students from Kindergarten Through Graduate School

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Students and parents looking for accredited online schools can leverage a brand new website designed to help them make the most informed decision about where (and how) to attend school.

The momentum and flexibility of online schooling, across the educational spectrum, warrants a deep and dedicated resource – and that is”, a website dedicated to online schooling, from kindergarten through graduate school, launched today. The new site features a comprehensive database of online schools, and offers many tools to help parents and students of all ages ensure they choose the online school that best fits their needs. The site, built from extensive research and community outreach, features top-notch articles and news pieces generated by a veteran staff of education experts and reporters.

“We have designed the site to be an in-depth resource for students and parents researching the growing number of educational options available online, at every grade level,” said Seth Restaino, spokesperson. “We’ve compiled a database of more than 300 online K-12 programs, and we’ve validated the data with each institution. We’ve also identified and included more than 1000 online colleges and universities, and we are committed to growing our database to include new options as they emerge. The momentum and flexibility of online schooling, across the educational spectrum, warrants a deep and dedicated resource – and that is” will also feature digital School Report Cards providing information on tuition, courses, test scores, graduation rates and more for more than 300 online K-12 programs, such as Advantages Online Private School and Sinclair Christian Academy.

Additionally, the website offers parents and students the opportunity to get their questions answered, for free, via the “Ask an Expert” feature. Here, site visitors can direct specific questions about online education to online teachers and other representatives and from schools listed in the database, as well as to tutors and independent guidance counselors.

“As the interest in online education continues to increase, it’s important that our site provides families with valuable information to help them make informed choices,” said Restaino. “ evaluated feedback from parents, students and others in the online schooling community, and discovered plenty of questions to be answered. Our goal is to provide these answers.” will also be available on Twitter for instantaneous education news updates and online community support.

Launched in 2011, provides a comprehensive directory of accredited schools serving current and potential online students at every grade level. The site advocates online learning, and supports parents and students as they progress from one educational decision point to the next.

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