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House bill would require all school districts to offer full-time cyber education programs

A Pennsylvania lawmaker has unveiled legislation that would require all school districts to offer full-time cyber education programs.

State Rep. Curt Sonney (R-Erie) said his proposal, House Bill 1897, would require districts to offer three different full-time cyber education programs by the 2021-22 school year.

Districts would be given flexibility in creating their own cyber education programs or work with third-party vendors such as intermediate units, cyber charter schools, institutions of higher education, or other school districts.

Districts would also have to provide at least two alternative full-time cyber programs offered by a third-party vendor other than the district’s intermediate unit or another school district.

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