New Laws, Programs Expand E-Learning Options
In recent years, several states have enacted laws that require more choices for students who want to try taking courses online, outside the offerings of brick-and-mortar school districts. In some cases, such legislation--as in Florida and Utah--is a companion to requirements that students take at least one online course before graduating from high school.
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