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Dana Delane-Williams Makes History As Founder of First Black Woman-Owned Virtual K-12 Schools

Schools look a lot different this year as many have switched to online/virtual formats to still hold classes for students during the quarantine. However, Dana Delane-Williams — owner and founder of American High School — is making a historical step for education and tech as the only Black woman in the country to create an online virtual school for grades K-12, Black Business reports . Delane-Williams has made a solid commitment to revolutionize the educational system that gives kids the tools they need to succeed in their professional lives and help them acquire their high school diplomas. Though the traditional ways of the U.S. educational institutions have changed drastically over the last few months, Delane-Williams is determined to position the American High School as a viable solution for students to still receive a quality education without relying on in-person instruction. According to Black Business , she began her teaching career as an online instructor at the University of...

Aug 31, 2020