Eleven Michigan school districts and one charter school now can allow students to take more courses online and off-campus, reports the Detroit Free Press--a move that could further cement the state's reputation as a leader in online education. Michigan already broke new ground in 2006 by becoming the first state in the nation to require students take an online class or have an online educational experience in order to graduate. In November, the Center for Digital Education ranked Michigan second, behind Florida, for online education. Two metro Detroit districts--Waterford and Avondale--are among the handful moving farther ahead, winning approval from


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