The Denver Post reports that an increase in the number of Colorado students opting for virtual schools has raised concerns among officials in the states' smaller districts. Whenever a student leaves public school for an online learning program, the student's district loses some of its state funding. As a result, more and more Colorado districts are setting up their own online schools to prevent loss of funding....
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