Tag Archives: Ohio

What Does an Online Snow Day Look Like? (Part 2)

Yesterday we looked at states, districts, and schools with policies in place to allow schools to use elearning on days when they would otherwise have to cancel school due to weather or other unexpected circumstances, and in particular the policies that allow schools to receive funding for instruction on these days. Today, let’s look at […]

No More Snow Days?! Part 1

A friend of mine suffering through the polar vortex on the East coast posted this on Facebook recently (before this latest storm!): So there was no school yesterday and there is a two-hour delay today with likely another snow day tomorrow. Frank said to the kids, “This is the best winter ever for kids! But […]

It’s Just There…

Recently Keeping Pace blogged on “Getting computers and high-speed Internet access into schools: the Louisiana example.” This post reminded me of a story I heard Dr. Michio Kaku share at the eTech Ohio Conference a few years ago. The story he shared went something like this… Years ago people walked into a room and were […]

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