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Join Today's Chat on Elementary Online Ed.

Hello everyone. Just a friendly reminder that, in a couple hours, yours truly will be welcoming in Andrew Oberg, the executive director of the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School, and Kayleen Marble, lead teacher for the Arizona Virtual Academy, for an online chat about strategies for online elementary education.

Oberg hails from the largest and oldest virtual charter school in Pennsylvania, which currently serves more than 9,000 students, according to the school's website. Arizona Virtual Academy, also classified as a charter, had roughly 3,800 students as of the 2008-2009 school year. And both schools serve the entire gamut of K-12, including the growing field of online-only learning in the elementary grades.

Submit your questions now for Andrew and Kayleen, or when our live chat begins at 1 p.m. See you there!

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