Quick Look: Idaho Students Will Have to Get Online to Graduate

Lots of controversy around this new state law in Idaho.

"As the move in higher education goes more towards a blended model of traditional in-class, lecture and participation and interaction online and on the web, says Mark Browning, who is a spokesperson for the Idaho State Board of Education. "Our students have got to be prepared for that because they're seeing that in the workplace once they graduate."

The state of Idaho is taking an aggressive approach to technology in the classroom. Starting with this year's 8th graders, the class of 2016, students will need to take two classes online instead of in a physical classroom.

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