Michigan may require Internet course for diploma

12/16/2005 | National Public Radio

In a nearly four-minute interview hosted by National Public Radio's Alex Chadwick, Michigan Board of Education President Kathleen Straus discusses a proposed requirement that every high school student in the state take at least one online course for graduation. The initiative, intended to help students appreciate the potential of the Internet as a resource for lifelong learning, must win the legislature's approval.

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