Ariz. schools are losing money to online-course providers

In Arizona, some school districts say they are losing state money to online-education providers because some funds are split between the two providers when students enroll in both traditional and online courses. In the Peoria Unified district, officials expect to lose about $1.3 million to online providers. Some districts are working to curb the flow of state funds to online schools by offering hybrid courses in-house and recommending district offerings, rather than outside providers.

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