[caption id="attachment_103685" align="alignleft" width="150"] A Michigan district's virtual exchange program allows Chinese students to take American classes online, and vice versa.[/caption]

Today’s students need to prepare for a globalized world, business leaders often say—but sending students abroad is usually too expensive for cash-strapped schools or parents. One Michigan school district is taking a unique approach to this challenge by establishing a virtual foreign exchange program so that students can take classes from teachers in other countries.

This fall, Oxford Community Schools will launch a virtual exchange program that allows American...

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