UNT decision to drop virtual school proposal applauded

11/7/2003 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

The University of North Texas has withdrawn a proposal to create the state's first virtual public school. Opponents, which included teachers' groups, had criticized the proposal on the grounds that it would have diverted money from cash-strapped public ones.

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