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Virtual school growth spurs debate on funding

| News Service of Florida
The COVID-19 pandemic prompted skyrocketing student enrollment in virtual education, putting a spotlight on competition among Florida providers – and igniting a debate about whether lawmakers should tweak the way public schools are funded as more students take classes online.

 

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