Districts Require E-Courses for Graduation
Schools seek to prepare students for e-courses in college and online training in jobs
This school year, incoming freshmen in the Kenosha Unified School District have another requirement to fulfill as they look ahead to graduation: online learning.
"We had very little resistance to it," said Daniel M. Tenuta, the assistant superintendent for secondary schools for the 23,000-student Wisconsin district. "I think people realize that almost every single college student will take an online course. It makes sense to get kids up to speed."
While some states, such as Alabama, Florida, Idaho, and Michigan, have laws requiring that students take at least one online course before graduation, Kenosha is one of a small number of districts adopting the mandate on their...
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