More than 29,000 K-12 students attend school online in Ohio, about five times more than did seven years ago, reports the Dayton Daily News. They log onto their computers from home without ever stepping into a classroom—and some are as young as kindergarten. Doug and Linda Sellers of Beavercreek took the virtual leap from the traditional bricks-and-mortar public schools when they enrolled their four children in an e-school three years ago. The couple said it was a difficult decision and a tough sell to relatives, many of whom are teachers. They’re happy with the results. “All of our children have...

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