West Virginia Offers Engaging 24/7 Learning Online

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It may have been conceived as a way to keep kids busy during snow days (staying home from school), but West Virginia's Learn21 online educational game program is turning into a legitimate step toward learning outside school boundaries.

From the Register-Herald:

"West Virginia Deputy Superintendent Jorea Marple sees this new initiative as another step along “a journey to transform public education so that it is not only school-based” by creating and offering more resources online."

The site offers interactive online games for kids from preschool all the way through 12th grade in subjects like math, science, and social studies. Best part could be that it's available for anyone to use.