Virtual instruction might provide school districts with a way to save money during the poor economy, reports Channel 10 News of Tampa Bay, Fla. During a special legislative session in Tallahassee this week, State Sen. Stephen Wise from Jacksonville is pushing for school districts to take advantage of the state's virtual education program. Wise proposed and helped pass a bill last year expanding the state's program to all students, including elementary school kids. "Virtual education is the wave of the future," says Wise. He also adds it's one more way school districts can save money: Private companies offer state-certified online


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