Calif. proposal would include online students in attendance rolls

01/4/2012 | American City Business Journals

A ballot initiative in California would allow school districts to include students who attend class online for attendance purposes. Attendance is a factor in school funding, meaning that an increase could boost funding for cash-strapped districts. Under the initiative, which needs 504,760 signatures to appear on the ballot, online courses would have to be taught by credentialed teachers.

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