Despite the escalating prevalence and support for eLearning programs across the country, virtual schools raise many policy and logistical questions that have yet to be answered sufficiently, said the editors of a recently released report on eLearning.

"Technology Counts 2002: E-Defining Education," which reports the findings of Education Week's fifth annual 50-state educational technology survey, finds more and more students are attending school without ever entering a traditional bricks-and-mortar classroom.

A total of 12 states have created online high schools and 25 states have laws that permit cyber charter schools,

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