Idaho mandates 2 online courses for high-schoolers

Idaho's state school board voted to approve a measure requiring all students to take two online courses to graduate from high school. Though three other states require some form of online learning, Idaho is the first to mandate that students take two courses. The measure is part of a package of reforms by state schools chief Tom Luna and will take effect with this year's eighth-graders, who will graduate in 2016.

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