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Carlisle parents sending students to school due to confusion over virtual advanced-placement options

Dayton Daily News |

Some Carlisle students who expected to begin the school year studying advanced placement courses online were back in school this week, despite concerns about exposure to the coronavirus. The district utilizes Virtual Learning Academy (VLA), a service through the Jefferson County Educational Service Center.

Superintendent Vail said about 10 students were in school as a result of confusion over on-line offerings leading to some finding the “material not quite what they were expecting.”