(Indianapolis, Ind.) - Hoosier students might have to take at least one class over the Internet in order to graduate high school in the near future.
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Bennett will make that proposal Tuesday evening in his annual State of Education speech, the Indianapolis Star reports.
Bennett says schools need to ensure students are prepared for a high-tech world and will propose legislation requiring the online class.
He added the state must also make the class accessible for students who cannot afford computers or Internet service at home.
You can view the state superintendent’s State of Education address online at 6:00 p.m. by going to http://www.doe.in.gov/news/2011/09-September/ma_state_of_ed.html.