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Claire Goldsmith’s chapter “Student Life” in the book Perspectives from the Disciplines: Stanford Online High School, features significant discussion of MSON in terms of its ability to create true classroom community through synchronous, online seminars.

December 16, 2016

In Spring, 2016 MSON received a half-million dollar grant from the Malone Family Foundation, $300,000 of which serves as the program’s endowment and $200,000 of which as an Innovation Fund. The Innovation Fund allows MSON to experiment with new programs and initiatives without impacting core program operations. In 2017, MSON used these funds to launch... View Article

July 16, 2016

Physics teacher Benjamin Taylor moved the camera toward a circular magnet as his students from five states used video conference software to watch the magnet pick up iron. "What makes magnetism weird?" he said...

April 20, 2016

Just as the Mississippi Department of Education and Madison County Schools are leading the way in online classrooms, Northside private schools are…

June 23, 2015

In recent years, a big buzzword in education has been "gifted students." The term sometimes draws accusations of elitism, conjuring images…

January 21, 2015