January 14, 2000
Indiana U.'s Virtual High School Criticized Over Accreditation
The Indiana University High School, a virtual institution operated by the university, has come under fire from a top education official in the state. He says the high school is misleading prospective students when it describes itself in promotional materials as "fully accredited."
Roger W. Thornton, the executive director of the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents, says the high school's administrators have not sought accreditation from the
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