N.C. magnet school to offer advanced math, science courses online

06/5/2008 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

Students who were not accepted to a selective North Carolina public school focusing on math and the sciences will still be able to take the school's accelerated courses online starting in August. The move aims to expose more of the state's students to advanced math and science work, which many regular schools are unable to offer due to a shortage of qualified teachers.

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