State auditors say online programs run by three Washington school districts might owe the state anywhere from $80,000 to $5.3 million for incorrectly documenting the number of students taking internet classes, reports the News Tribune of Tacoma. School officials in Steilacoom, Federal Way, and Quillayute Valley insist their districts served the students at issue in the audit. They say the problems cited by auditors stem from trying to track enrollment, learning hours, and academic progress in the expanding frontier of online education. "I feel we've done what we're supposed to do, given the guidance the state gave us in 2005-06,

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