N.H. district looks to virtual learning to relieve crowded classrooms

11/20/2012 | Union Leader (Manchester, N.H.), The

A New Hampshire school district is working to offer virtual and blended courses in which high-school students could virtually enroll in any course taught at a district high school as well as some college-level courses. The proposals were announced, in part, to address concerns over crowded classrooms, which supporters say could be relieved through the use of technology.

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