Teacher: Why Indiana should support online learning for students

08/3/2010 | NewsAndTribune.com (Ind.)

Indiana teacher Andrea Neal is urging support in this opinion article for the state's efforts to promote online learning as another avenue for improving student achievement and graduation rates. Neal notes that while online learning is growing at significant rates in other states, concerns that these schools will make traditional schools obsolete are unfounded. Online schools simply provide students another option for pursuing an education, she writes.

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