Signe Dunn, left, oversaw Kathryn Myers, 15, as Kathryn took an e-school final exam at Martin Luther King Jr. Academy. "This is not easy," Dunn said of the program.
Signe Dunn, left, oversaw Kathryn Myers, 15, as Kathryn took an e-school final exam at Martin Luther King Jr. Academy. "This is not easy," Dunn said of the program. Herald-Leader
Signe Dunn, left, oversaw Kathryn Myers, 15, as Kathryn took an e-school final exam at Martin Luther King Jr. Academy. "This is not easy," Dunn said of the program. Herald-Leader

Fayette County students use e-school classes to get ahead

November 08, 2015 05:59 PM

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