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A common way for college students to take courses has spread to a local public school district.
Hardin County Schools has begun to implement video conferencing technology at its three high schools. One of the goals is to allow students to share a class that’s taught at any one of the schools.
Superintendent Nannette Johnston said she sees the technology as a chance to open doors for students.
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