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In an example of how virtual instruction can run afoul of state regulations, Oklahoma’s education department has ordered a virtual charter school to stop enrolling students at physical school sites planned to open in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Norman this September.

"Any on-site full-day prekindergarten or on-site kindergarten program would appear to be outside the boundaries of state law," said Damon Gardenhire, spokesman for the...

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