Imagine communicating with your teacher via a computer and a television. That's now the case for seven rural school districts.
Ana Torres is a Spanish teacher who conducts her classes from South Plains College. However, her students are sitting in seven different classrooms around the South Plains.
The program was made possible by a $174,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Education. It allows small districts to share one teacher and provide classes to many who could not otherwise afford it.