The Dayton Daily News reports that Dayton school officials hope to capitalize on the immense popularity of video games in an effort to keep kids in school. The new Dayton Technology Design High School will enroll about 100 students, with 80 in the “virtual game” track. This course of study requires a three year commitment, and culminates in the marketing, and possibly, sale of a student-created video game. Some of the district’s academic stragglers have already made a commitment to the program…