Schools expand course offerings through online partnership

10/12/2009 | Daily Record (Morristown-Parsippany, N.J.)

Some New Jersey high schools are expanding their course catalog by partnering with a virtual school in Massachusetts to offer 140 courses online that are not offered at the schools. "We wanted students to be able to take a class we may not offer," one superintendent said. "If we had one kid who wanted to study Japanese, why should we be an impediment? We should be facilitating that."

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