Education Board Repeals Online Requirements


By Paul Johnson

Boise, Idaho (KMVT-TV) The state board of education has repealed the pending rule that required students graduating in 2016 to take two online courses to graduate from high school. With Idaho voters rejecting proposition 3 in the recent election, the board decided the online requirement should be repealed and future requirements should be discussed as part of ongoing education reform efforts.
According to state board president Ken Edmunds "The voters sent the education system a clear message that all stakeholders must be involved in developing and implementing reform.

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