Rocky Mountain High junior Tyler Clark, 16, and two other students attend a Calculus II class taught remotely at Eagle High School via the then-new Idaho Education Network in November 2009.
Rocky Mountain High junior Tyler Clark, 16, and two other students attend a Calculus II class taught remotely at Eagle High School via the then-new Idaho Education Network in November 2009. Darin Oswald Darin Oswald/Idaho Statesman
Rocky Mountain High junior Tyler Clark, 16, and two other students attend a Calculus II class taught remotely at Eagle High School via the then-new Idaho Education Network in November 2009. Darin Oswald Darin Oswald/Idaho Statesman

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