Oklahoma Gov. Frank Keating has signed a bill that offricials say will expand the role of online learning in the state, while clarifying to educators what is required of such services.

The new law, which took effect July 1, grants students a transfer option if the online courses they desire are not provided at their current school. It also enables career technology centers throughout the state to offer core courses online, which officials say will allow students to fit required classes into already crowded schedules.


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