This year, Arizona has joined a national effort to get more students to take their courses online, reports the Arizona Republic. For the past 10 years, a pilot program has allowed 14 districts and charter schools to offer online courses to about 15,000 Arizona students from kindergarten through high school. Now, a new state law allows all of the state's 227 districts and 500 charter schools to offer online courses. Schools can create their own online courses or buy online courses from a commercial company. The law also allows schools to make these courses available to any student in...

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