Course Choice simultaneously heads for appeals court, schools
By SHEILA SMITH
While the state’s Course Choice program could lead to a number of educational opportunities for high school youth, poor performance in the courses could have a negative affect on school-wide scores.
Tuesday, the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) gave final approval to 45 course providers who will offer online classes and other skill training to public school students. Those classes, known as Course Choice, will debut during the 2013-2014 academic year and be in addition to advanced placement, technical and dual enrollment courses already available to many public high school students.
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