Utah law to increase online learning for students faces challenges

06/16/2011 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

A new law that would allow students in Utah to take as many as two online courses away from their schools concerns some who say the new policy could be challenging to implement and could unintentionally harm traditional schools. At issue is how schools would manage free periods for students who choose to take the online courses outside of school hours, as well as the lost funding for schools.

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