A pair of computer-based English classes offered this summer at Vernon Hills High School mark District 128’s first foray into the expanding world of online education.
Twenty-two students are enrolled in the classes for the second semester of summer school. One is a remedial world literature class for freshmen and sophomores, and the other is a remedial American literature class for juniors and seniors.
Thirty students took the classes in the first semester, which concluded last week.
The students work in a computer lab at their own pace. Teachers are there to guide them, help when needed and occasionally step in with some group lessons.