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Will only feature actual education, barring extreme circumstances. Stories like this one, about “students” in a third-world county and state going “virtual,” will not cut it. All of these children will be better off away from the “schools,” the longer away the better. The subject school system ranks in the bottom 10% of one of the dullest state’s in the disunion. What, really, is there to lose? And, given that American children account for less than 2% of the student population, there’s the who-really-cares factor. In this sad case, rather than repeat HOMESCHOOL!, let me just advise that electricity, indoor plumbing, and gasoline, while convenient, are not guaranteed.