Some changes are in store for students who have signed up for Cincinnati's Virtual High School, because many of the school's students did little or no work last year, according to an Associated Press (AP) report.

The school was touted as an innovative learning approach when it opened last year. But it had no way of tracking how often students logged into the school's computer system, and until midyear the school lacked a policy for ousting students who weren't working.

When officials saw how little some students accomplished, the school

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