Built by forward-thinking Wisconsin educators, administrators and schools, Wisconsin eSchool Network is a full-service digital learning program connecting more than 25 districts to a wealth of shared resources, 24/7 customer service & tech support.
As a non-profit educational collective, WEN has one goal: to give Wisconsin schools the technology, resources and autonomy to provide great digital learning experiences. We don’t have shareholders to please, just educators to empower. And that makes all the difference.
- Founded in 2002 by Wisconsin’s Appleton Area and Kiel school districts
- 25 Wisconsin Districts/Partners as of 2015
- Governed by a Board of Invested Member Districts
- 4,700 Enrollments in 2011
- 20,000+ Enrollments in 2015
- WEN has never had a partner leave, we have helped partners move pathways to meet local needs
- WEN partners have over 250 teachers teaching online
- WEN has increased from 1 curriculum vendor to 6+ over the last 4 years to meet partner needs
- WEN has partners with 95% successful completion rates
- WEN owns nearly $2 million worth of online content availabe to partners
- WEN partners implement online and blended learning programs
- WEN partners implement summer school, gifted and talented, at risk, full time and part time programs.
Three partners. Unparalleled support.
Wisconsin eSchool Network has been a proud member of Wisconsin’s statewide web academy since 2010. Two years later, we partnered with the most trusted names in education and co-founded the Wisconsin Digital Learning Collaborative.
Learn more about our partners:
Wisconsin Virtual School
A WDLC founding partner, Wisconsin Virtual School provides supplemental curriculum for middle and high school learners in more than 220 school districts.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
A WDLC founding partner, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction provides funding, quality assurance and accountability.
The Wisconsin eSchool Network
A WDLC founding partner, the Wisconsin eSchool Network is a 501(c)(3) founded and governed by WI school districts offering the key infrastructure needed to provide districts autonomouy while having equitable access to quality digital learning tools and resources.