How are seat-time requirements affecting online learning?

03/31/2011 | Voice of San Diego

Schools are struggling to find a balance between encouraging students to take online courses, while ensuring they maintain seat-time requirements tied to funding. Educators say outdated accounting systems require extensive paperwork and are not easily applied to students who attend virtual schools. Some schools are keeping students for four-hour minimums before allowing them to take online courses, just to avoid the hassle.

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