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A quirk of Idaho's new "Students Come First" school reform law means that online course providers will get far more state money for providing classes to students in some Idaho school districts than in others, raising concerns that students might not have equal opportunities for online learning across the state.

For example, an online provider sending a class to a high school student...

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