Compromise reached in virtual school legislation
A compromise to keep Wisconsin's virtual schools online could be approved by the full Legislature in early March.
Elizabeth Burmaster, state superintendent, says she'll recommend that the governor sign it.
The state's 12 virtual schools, which teach 3,500 students, were threatened last month when an appeals court said they're not entitled to state aid.
Lawmakers then came up with two vastly different bills to keep those schools going.