The term “virtual school” refers to educational activities that take place online rather than at a physical location. Students receive online education via computers and the internet (recorded, pre-recorded, or live). All of the school’s academic and extracurricular activities take place on digital platforms.
It is a modern learning approach in which technology, Digital Content, innovation, and digital resources are used to improve educational inclusion. Students can take part-time or full-time courses, and the curriculum is well-organized and disciplined. The respective boards of their districts, states, or countries recognize these schools.
There are numerous advantages to virtual education. It has two primary advantages:
- it improves students’ learning abilities,
- It is cost-effective.
Also, the virtual school has increased student comprehension of the content by giving teachers and students more time to undertake research and increasing classroom engagement. Furthermore, online assignment systems allow students to receive feedback and useful recommendations on how to solve problems, resulting in improved test scores.