A growing number of school districts are using online-learning options to help at-risk students make up credits and stay on track to graduation. Such options are made available to students at home or in computer labs, libraries or classrooms, with many successful programs combining online learning with some face-to-face instruction. "Programs like this are going to be more important all of the time because we absolutely need to get more kids to graduate from high school," said Carrie Bisgard, online learning coordinator at Sierra Vista High School.

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