Online courses taking off in rural schools

The Christian Science Monitor reports how students at several small, often rural schools are turning to online courses as a means of expanding their options of study and moving at a self-directed pace that better suits their individual schedules and needs. The article also examines legislation pending in Michigan that would require high school students to have some form of online instruction prior to graduation. The proposal reportedly is the first of its kind in the country.

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