Idaho school leaders press for inclusion of blended-learning options

A coalition of nine Idaho school superintendents is planning to ask legislators to alter the state's new online-learning law because the language of the law is too restrictive to encourage blended learning. "We believe that [the law should encourage] a highly skilled teacher using the very best, most timely, up-to-date, appropriate materials to deliver instruction in a meaningful way," Meridian superintendent Linda Clark said.

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