SOUTH CAROLINA -- Some school districts in South Carolina no longer have snow days.
No matter what the weather, officials say the students will continue to learn.
A pilot program in five school districts sends every student home with a Chromebook.
When inclement weather keeps them from coming into class, they log on from home to do their daily lessons.
Parents say it's a win all the way around -- their kids keep learning when they're forced to be at home, and they don't have to make up any days at the end of the school year.
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School districts use tablets to eliminate snow days