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Online learning is fast becoming another educational choice for families around the nation. In Michigan, one school district has taken its virtual program beyond the district boundaries as a way not only to educate more students but lessen the district's recent financial struggles. Find out how an entrepreneurial approach has set Berrien Springs Public Schools apart.
Check out Michael Van Beek's new study, "Virtual Learning in Michigan's Schools," to see how virtual learning can both save money and improve outcomes in education, and how removing state restrictions could unleash the full potential of virtual schooling.
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