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OK students benefit from online learning opportunities

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (KSWO) – The Oklahoma Supplemental Online Course Program (OSOCP) has a new website called the Oklahoma Online Course Catalog which offers educators and families information about online course options including advanced STEM, Advanced Placement (AP) and world language courses.

“We want Oklahomans to know the opportunities available to them through the supplemental online course program,” said Dr. Lisa Daniels, program specialist for the OSOCP. “The OSOCP enables districts to broaden their curriculum in a cost-effective way, increasing opportunities for students across the state to take any number of courses that may not be currently available in their school. With a class size as small as one student, districts can now make available enhanced curriculum options that otherwise may not have been possible.”

Students may take online courses either on campus or from a remote site while remaining full-time students in their home district and participating in extracurricular or other school-based activities. Credit recovery and credit advancement options are available to districts across the K-12 continuum.

For more information, contact the OSOCP at 405-522-0465, info@osocp.ok.gov, or osocp.ok.gov.

Information provided by OSOCP. 

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