About 700 students in a rural school district in western Ohio will be guinea pigs for the rest of the state this winter when they use the internet to connect to their classes during inclement weather, reports the Columbus Dispatch. The program, a test that will be used to gauge the effectiveness of on-demand online education, could be an answer to the question of how the state will address calamity days in the future. Officials with the Ohio Department of Education want to see how the program at Mississinawa Valley Schools in Darke County works before other districts get a...

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