Students across Oregon might be able to take online classes as soon as this fall if the state's Education Service Districts can pull together a plan for a statewide cyber-school hub, reports the Oregonian. Superintendents from nearly all of Oregon's 20 Educational Service Districts (ESDs) converged in Salem on March 11 to consider strategies for offering a broad range of online classes. If the plan works, it will be a giant step into 21st-century learning for most of Oregon's 197 school districts. Students would access the statewide system of courses through their local ESD. Oregon's ESDs offer school districts services...

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