State schools booting up to meet digital-course law

Posted: December 16, 2013 at 5:43 a.m.

Starting next school year, every Arkansas public high school must offer at least one “digitally delivered” course, such as an online course or a webinar, to comply with the provisions of a recently passed state law.

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