More Arizona students soon will be able to attend their classes online, reports the Arizona Republic: This year, the state has joined a national effort to increase the number of students participating in "virtual" lessons, whether it's inside a classroom with a teacher, in a computer lab with an aide, or at home with a laptop. The changes arising from a new state law are being met with mixed reaction. On one hand, proponents call the move innovative, saying it will lead to greater choice and flexibility in learning. Critics, however, fear it will lead to students taking online classes...

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