Members of the military often move from base to base, forcing their school-age children to switch schools time and time again. Now, the Defense Department wants to make the transition easier, which is why it has partnered with education officials at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, to develop a virtual high school curriculum, reports the Las Vegas Review-Journal. "The virtual high school is not intended to replace face-to-face schools. It is a supplement to them," said Greg Levitt, the lead subject matter expert for UNLV on the project. The Department of Defense Education Activity, or DoDEA, the branch responsible...

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