Schools find virtual outings cut costs

04/12/2005 | USA Today

Schools in Indiana increasingly are holding videoconferenced "field trips" to such venues as museums, theaters and even waste management districts. Ruth Blankenbaker, executive director of Indianapolis' Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration, says interest in the programs is booming, thanks to more widely available content and strapped school budgets.

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