May 18, 2013 |
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Do the ride the Virtually empty T.?
It seems that virtual schools are more popular that brick and mortar. Is this because with the high drop out rate at out high schools, kids would rather not be bothered with attending boring not applicable classes, or are virtual schools the wave of the future? If this is the wave of the future then should we be spending $$$ on fixing brick and mortar or would the community be better served by giving every kid a lap top and access to the virtual school platform and calling it good?
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