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Green Bay's planned online school goes off line - for now

9:04 PM, May 3, 2013
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The Green Bay School District won't boot up a new online charter school quite yet.

The district planned to launch iLearn Green Bay in 2013-14 to provide an option for students who want to enroll in online-only classes or a mix of Internet and classroom courses. Administrators initially planned to serve 50 or 60 high school students in the first year, but after only seven applied they decided to put the school on hold.

"We're probably not quite ready to open yet," said Kim Pahlow, associate superintendent for the Green Bay district. "We need to get students, family and staff to learn what blended ...

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