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Indiana schools to propose online course requirement


Indiana’s superintendent of public instruction is suggesting one more high school graduation requirement, one that means kids won’t be showing up in the classroom, the Huffington Post reports. Superintendent Tony Bennett is expected to announce in his annual State of Education speech tonight a proposal that requires Indiana high schoolers to take at least one online course before graduating…

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