Michigan recently unveiled a new way for high school students to excel, virtually. The Michigan Virtual High School (MVHS), approved by the Michigan Legislature in June 2000, is now in session.

The state Legislature allocated $18 million for the program's first three years, with additional funds from private sector and public foundations.

At this stage, MVHS offers 12 advanced placement courses and an online library of 700 information technology courses, which


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