Iowa online learning undergoes a facelift

Iowa State University and Iowa Public Television are collaborating to enliven online high school classes by adding graphics and color. Students currently can take online classes through community colleges, but the courses are text-based and unappealing to teens fond of video games, says Pam Pfitzenmaier of Iowa Public Television.

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