No More Snow Days? Minnesota Lawmakers Looking Into Alternate Option for Students

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MINNESOTA  —  Canceling class due to snow could soon become a thing of the past in Minnesota.

Rather than having snow days, lawmakers in the state are considering a bill to create “e-learning days.”

Students would be required to take part in online classes from home when the snow makes it too dangerous to get to school.

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