October 23, 2016

California: The First Class Of LA Public Library’s Online High School Completion Program Earns Diplomas

From MyNewsLA:


Source: LAPL

More than two dozen students who took part in an online high school completion program offered by the Los Angeles Public Library received diplomas Tuesday at a ceremony attended by Mayor Eric Garcetti and other city officials


City Librarian John Szabo said “the library is changing lives in a very big way.” The diplomas allowing the graduates to be “better prepared to find a job, advance in their career or continue their education,” he said.


Career Online High School is operated by Gale, a company that provides educational content to libraries.

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See Also: Los Angeles Public Library’s Official News Release About Graduation

See Also: Gale’s Career Online High School Offers a Fresh Start (and Cheerleaders) (by Lisa Peet, via Library Journal; August 7, 2015)

See Also: LAPL’s Career Online High School Website

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