School districts around Michigan are complaining about reductions in state aid, and many are responding by cutting extracurricular programs and rolling back their course offerings.
But at Oxford Community Schools, things look very different. This district is adding new programs, expanding the breadth of its curriculum, and eliminating "pay-to-play" fees for athletics. A large part of their success is their ability to successfully leverage technology and online learning to grow the district and offer students a more individualized, flexible and exciting learning option.
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