Online-learning bill advances in Georgia legislature

02/23/2012 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Legislators in the Georgia Senate on Thursday approved a measure that would require one online course for all of the state's high-school students, and would require schools to provide access to online learning for all students in grades K-12. The bill, which now is headed to the state House, also would mandate that all end-of-course exams be given online by 2015. Some lawmakers expressed concerns about how the new requirements would be met in rural districts with limited access to the Internet.

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