Program allows students to make up failed classes in days

08/10/2008 | Washington Post, The

Students who fail a class in Virginia's Prince William County schools have a few traditional options -- they can try to improve their grade by retaking the course within a six-week summer school program or have another shot at raising their grade during the following school year. However, students more interested in just earning required course credits can turn to a free computer-based program, which, while it does not allow students to improve their grades, can help them complete the coursework in a matter of days.

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