A virtual school for elementary and middle school students in the city of Los Angeles may not be as far-fetched as it sounds.
The Los Angeles County district has announced a pilot program in which virtual students can use their own computers to teach their peers.
The idea is to make it easier for kids to learn by providing them with a computer and a video camera.
The district is offering a virtual school in Los Angeles, California for two years.
The program is open to middle and high school students.
According to a press release from the district, “This program is a first step in an effort to transform the learning experience for all students in Los Angeles public schools.”
The Los Angels Unified School District was formed in 2014, and it has since become a leader in virtual learning.
The school district says it’s the first in the country to offer a virtual learning experience in public schools.
The LAUSD’s Chief Education Officer, Karen Davis, says the program is aimed at helping students improve their skills while also helping the district make sure it is delivering quality education.
She says the district is taking a holistic approach to teaching, from the classroom to the classroom, so that students have access to the best technology for learning and learning experiences.
In addition to providing computers and video cameras, the virtual school will also include a website and mobile app.
Students can start at home and will be able to use a laptop and tablet for the first six months.
Then, they will have the opportunity to use their personal computer for a limited time.
At that time, they’ll be able go online to see how they’re doing and how well they’re learning.
If they fail, they can use the computer as a tool to keep them on track.
There will be a virtual classroom for teachers and students to work from home.
If students need help with their learning, they won’t have to worry about making their own videos or even going to a teacher.