Educators work to improve future of e-learning

As educators and experts look to create an online-learning framework that spans the country -- or maybe even the globe -- some say that restrictive policies and other barriers will need to be removed. Funding is also an obstacle to creating online-learning networks that are not restricted to a single state. And while publicly funded e-learning might not go nationwide, some see possibilities for private foundations to step in.

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