Internet access transforms bus into virtual classroom

Rural Arkansas students may spend up to 90 minutes on the bus both to and from school, but now, on-board cellular routers are allowing some of them to use an Internet connection to access virtual math and science lessons that supplement their regular in-school course work. This "mobile virtual classroom" is part of a pilot program that its founder hopes may soon be replicated in other rural communities.

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (Little Rock) (free registration)

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