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  • Editorial: Washington online college making the grade

    Online learning isn’t for everyone, but it fits the targeted demographic well. The average age of a student is 38. They need to learn, and learn fast.

  • Idaho Board of Education examining how to proceed

    BOISE – Nearly two weeks after Idaho voters turned aside the state’s controversial Students Come First education reforms, the Board of Education on Monday will decide whether to modify or …

  • Idaho to require two online classes

    BOISE – Despite mostly negative public comment, Idaho’s state Board of Education voted unanimously Thursday to approve a new rule requiring every Idaho student to take two online classes to …

  • Online class costs vary by district

    BOISE – A quirk of Idaho’s new “Students Come First” school reform law means that online course providers will get far more state money for providing classes to students in …

  • Internet changes course of learning

    Cassie Tompkins wanted her children to receive a quality education, but the Seattle resident also wanted Bailey and Brannon to pursue their blossoming acting careers. “After months of research, what …

  • Virtual learning faces budget reality

    Amanda Hughes needs 53 books to study one calculus class at Lewis and Clark High School. The 17-year-old is blind, and all her textbooks are converted to Braille.



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