Using the internet as a teaching tool is nothing new, but South Carolina public school students will have the option to be taught completely online starting this fall, the Sun News of Myrtle Beach, S.C., reports. The legislature approved applications for three online charter schools this year, two K-12 programs and one high school. So far, all three have had surges in applications. "We are seeing a lot of interest. Online education is not that old of a concept in the United States, but it's exploding right now," said Jamie Osborne, an area organizer for InSight Schools, a national company


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