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Great Falls Tribune online reports that the Montana Board of Public Education is prepared to vote on a rule change that could affect online classes for both students and teachers. Under the current rules, the Board of Education allows students to take online courses and be supervised by an instructor--usually a college professor. However, the board will vote on whether to change the rule so that those who teach online courses in the state must be a certified K-12 teacher in Montana. If the instructor isn't certified, then he or she must be certified in the area of
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