education policy curating the mess

Mar 14, 2012

CURATING THE MESS: Idaho, where high school students, starting with the class of 2016, will have to take two online classes to graduate, is considering a bill to create an online course clearinghouse to help curate a list of state-approved classes. If approved, the state could spend up to $500k to create the system. And if approved, we hope it'll be more user-friendly and up-to-date than the What Works Clearinghouse.

education policy curating the mess

Mar 14, 2012

CURATING THE MESS: Idaho, where high school students, starting with the class of 2016, will have to take two online classes to graduate, is considering a bill to create an online course clearinghouse to help curate a list of state-approved classes. If approved, the state could spend up to $500k to create the system. And if approved, we hope it'll be more user-friendly and up-to-date than the What Works Clearinghouse.

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