A virtual schooling option for students throughout the Eastern Shore is at risk of being discontinued less than a year after hosting its first classes online. The option will stand so long as much doesn’t change between now and Monday night, the end of the General Assembly’s session. Available for free to the nine public school systems between Cecil and Worcester counties, the Blended Virtual Program was developed by the Eastern Shore of Maryland Educational Consortium as a moldable alternative for students who were unable to return to in-person learning following shutdowns in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Virtual school option for Eastern Shore students almost out of the woods
April 11, 2022