California State Sen. Darrell Steinberg wants to bridge two universes in education – the traditional campus and the realm of innovative online courses, the Christian Science Monitor reports. The leader of the California Senate unveiled legislation Wednesday that would pave the way for up to 50 online courses, in subjects that are traditionally oversubscribed, to be offered statewide for credit. Such a partnership between California’s public university systems and various online providers would “break the bottleneck that prevents students from completing courses,” he said in a web-streamed announcement. As the first such legislative proposal, “it certainly is going to spark...

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