School years across the country will be quite different to start, and Akron Public Schools is no exception. But what does it mean for a classroom to go totally virtual. David James, superintendent of Akron Public School, explained what a virtual classroom will look like on the Ray Horner Morning Show. Students will need to check in each morning for attendance, and teachers will do a roll call later to make sure everyone is still on board. The students’ lesson plans will be available for them via Google Classroom. The superintendent also touched on the additional training for the teachers and faculty to instruct remotely, and what he expects will come down from the governor as far as a fall sports season goes.