Tennessee plans to enroll more students in online program

An additional 20,000 students in Tennessee will be able to take advantage of online classes over the next two years because of $6 million in stimulus funding that is being directed toward expanding the state's popular virtual-learning program. According to program officials, enrollment in Tennessee's online courses has increased by 900% since the program began in 2006.

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