Online schooling in NorthernVirginia and elsewhere is becoming more popular among students and educators as a way to break from the traditional classroom setting and rigid school schedules. School systems in Fairfax, Prince William, Arlington and Loudoun counties report heightened interest among students, most of them in high school, in online programs. In most cases, enrollments are up. In addition, the state-funded Virtual Virginia program is enrolling thousands of students not only from the state but also from foreign countries. To read The Washington Post article, click here.