As the content grows on the Internet, more teachers are assigning homework that requires access to the Internet—and using the Internet to enhance and add dimensions to traditional learning techniques at all levels of instruction.
For example, students can now participate in virtual high school classes. This allows students to take classes not offered at their high school and to learn at their own speed. The Internet also enables parents to more easily communicate with teachers and to view grades, progress reports, and other student evaluation information.