Minnesota's Kingsland Public Schools is considering an alternative school schedule in which students would spend four days in a traditional classroom setting with the fifth day of instruction delivered via technology and computer, reports the Post-Bulletin of Rochester, Minn. District officials say the proposal remains at the discussion stage, but it could be implemented as early the second semester of this academic year. The plan, called i4Knights, was introduced to the school board last month. If Kingsland were to adopt i4Knights, it would likely make the district the only one in the state to have such a hybrid schedule. Officials...

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