Competency-based programs have been around for decades, in small numbers, providing plenty of lessons for schools looking to implement new programs.
An extension to the program passed in the House, but Alexander blocked its advance out of the Senate’s education committee.
A deal between the state’s legislature and Gov. Bruce Rauner could be forced by the potential that state schools won’t be able to keep their doors open.
The university adopted open educational resources for a number of its courses since 2013.
Educators can now design and host content on the Moodle platform at no cost for their classes of fewer than 50 students.
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