State academic standards are enacted to ensure that all students are given access to the same basic content that the state has identified as important for success. This database lists whether or not the state's virtual high school must meet the same standards.
Why does it matter?
|Is the virtual school curriculum aligned to the state's academic standards?|
|Hawaii||No information available|
|Virginia||Yes; however, courses offered are primarily AP.|
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