Convene launches first K-12 classes with development of first virtual school

July 1999
Electronic Education Report;07/21/99, Vol. 6 Issue 13, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on Convene.com's launching of a virtual home school run by the Central Connecticut Adventist School as part of a company effort to take its distance learning technology to the K-12 market.


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