District launches blended-learning night school to help dropouts graduate

09/21/2013 | Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)

The Tucson Unified School District in Arizona is launching a blended-learning evening program for high-school dropouts ages 17 to 20 to help them complete credits needed to earn a diploma. Students will be able to complete coursework on computers with teachers' help at three high schools. "It's very hard out there without a high school diploma, and we want our students to understand that we're still here," said Abel Morado, assistant superintendent of secondary leadership.

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