High School 2.0 

New charter program offers college-prep classes in cyberspace

It's a sunny Thursday morning, a few minutes before 9 a.m., and inside a bland, fluorescent-lit office in a drab Cutten strip mall, Jordan Plocher, 37, and John Stott, 27, sit in molded plastic chairs at separate Formica tables, staring at…

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