Connecticut Board of Education approves computerized classes

05/9/2003 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

The State Board of Education this week ruled that a school's use of a computer program to help teach does not violate state codes mandating that students are taught by a certified teacher. The state's largest teachers union had objected to the program, arguing that students were not adequately supervised.

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