Students Form Meaningful Relationships at Laurel Springs School

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Laurel Springs School, a private online school, recognized technology was evolving–which meant their school could too. Administrators identified gaps in their existing virtual learning program through student feedback and monitoring student behaviors. They used Class to increase connection and belonging, spur live interaction, and create community and meaningful relationships outside synchronous class time. 

Read the case study for more insights on:

  • Real-life problems and solutions for virtual schools that seek to upgrade their synchronous learning platform
  • Pilot implementation strategy
  • Feedback, insights, and personal quotes from Laurel Springs’ administrator, Renée Mindek
  • Case study results include relationship building, administrative ease, and student engagement

“We can reach more students regardless of where they are or when they learn if we have tools like Class.”
Renée Mindek, Dean of Innovation, Laurel Springs School

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Customer Story
K-12