A Wisconsin bill would expand extra learning opportunities to younger students

Wisconsin-bill Wisconsin seventh- and eighth-graders would be eligible to earn high school credit as early as the 2014-2015 school year under a bipartisan bill introduced last week.

Students taking courses that are taught using high school equivalent curriculum and assessments and are led by teachers licensed to teach the classes at the high school level could be granted credit by their school board under the bill authored by Sen. Glenn Grothman, R-West Bend.

Middle school students should be able to receive...

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