Research-based courses for virtual programs announced

PLATO Learning has introduced vCourses, research-based courses optimized for virtual programs.
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PLATO Learning has introduced vCourses, research-based courses optimized for virtual programs. Features include a streamlined workflow for teachers and administrators, an intuitive user interface for learners, and support services that help schools and districts implement an effective virtual program.

vCourses are aligned to Common Core, state and national standards and follow the iNACOL National Standards of Quality for Online Courses.

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