Recent confusion over bills that families received for students' classes taken at a virtual charter school have highlighted some confusion over a recently passed bill that caps funding for students taking courses at public schools and Florida Virtual School. Star Kraschinsky, director of external affairs for Florida Virtual School, said his school is anticipating a loss of $37 million as a result. A local charter school recently sent families bills for $425 related to courses that students did not finish at the virtual school, but later said that was a mistake.

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