More K-12 school districts are offering online options to help retain students -- important in obtaining funding -- and ensure they are successful. In Clovis, Calif., where as many as 200 students enroll in online alternatives each year, district officials established a full-time virtual charter school in 2009, and developed their own curriculum based on state standards. Other districts are providing blended-learning options that combine online classes with district-level support for students.

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