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Ohio's new snow day policy: Your questions, answered
August 14, 2014: Changes to how Ohio measures time in school raised a lot of questions online. WKYC's Kim Wheeler answers some of them.
Changes to how Ohio schools will handle snow days generated a lot of feedback
Our story on changes to how Ohio measures time in school exploded online moments after it was posted Wednesday evening.
ORIGINAL STORY: No more snow days?
More than 100,000 people logged onto wkyc.com and more than a quarter of a million of people read or left comments on WKYC's Facebook page.
The big change, for most districts, is that snow or calamity days will now be calculated by hours instead of days, and its created plenty of feedback.
WKYC's Education Reporter Kim Wheeler answers some of these questions in the video above.
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