Colorado groups fear surge in districts' online enrollment

03/6/2006 | Denver Rocky Mountain News

State aid to one small rural Colorado district has more than quadrupled in the past year, as more students across the state flock to its online courses. Concerns over online course quality and the potential funding threat cyberschools pose to other districts have led some groups to press for an audit and more oversight of the state's online programs.

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