Promoting Digital Learning

Indiana Schools have proposed the policy of making atleast one online course mandatory for all students. This is an essential step in order that students get handy with Digital Learning,said superintendent of public instruction, Tony Bennet."Implementing online coursework would prepare students for a digital and technological age in education and the economy.If we don't address this issue of technology for all children, I think we're going to be setting up the next achievement gap," he added.

Idaho's (US) board of education has favored the proposal and  voted for a policy that would require high school students to earn at least two online credits to earn a diploma.The students will not be required to show up in classes for these courses then.

Several other states have already announced this policy.


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