Virginia struggles with funding for online classes

Virginia's online-learning program is in high demand among students, in part for its 22 AP classes and other specialized electives, and has drawn some tuition-paying home-school, private and international students. But stagnant state funding may prevent the virtual program from taking on more students.

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