Eudora schools cancel eclipse-viewing plans amid concerns of unsafe glasses; price tag for replacements about $10K


Cardboard frames for solar eclipse glasses are stacked in the American Paper Optics factory in Bartlett, Tenn., on Wednesday, June 21, 2017. (AP Photo/Adrian Sainz)

The Eudora school district is rethinking eclipse-viewing activities for Monday after discovering that the special glasses purchased for students and employees aren’t considered safe to use.

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