Florida Board Of Governors Will Choose A University To Lead Online Education Efforts

 (NPR)
The Florida Board of Governors has approved a plan to add online learning options in the State University System. The board’s strategic planning committee has been taking testimony and working with those with a stake in the decision for more than a year on how Florida should expand online learning. The plan doesn’t include a new university devoted solely to internet classes.

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