Gov. McDonnell steps in to ensure future of Virginia's only virtual academy, based in Carroll County schools.
By Christopher Brooke, Reporter
Monday, April 18, 2011 at 7:00 am (Updated: April 18, 7:59 am)
HILLSVILLE — The General Assembly-triggered funding crisis for the Virginia Virtual Academy has passed for now, an official with the K12 company told the Carroll School Board on April 12.
Gov. Bob McDonnell took action to save the online school that provided educational opportunities to around 400 students across the state, an effort facilitated by K12 and the Carroll school division, recapped Suzanne Sloane of K12 in an update to the school board.
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