Kalynn Greer, 16, can see success in her future now, thanks to an alternative education program that lets her learn online and outside of a classroom. But it's unclear what that program will look like in the future, reports the Battle Creek Enquirer. Greer is one of about 30 Battle Creek Central High School students who learn not in a classroom but at one of three "virtual sites," places where students take lessons and exams online with the help of teacher mentors. Greer said she couldn't succeed in a traditional classroom. There were too many distractions in the cliques and...

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