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    Greenfield board votes to keep virtual school

    The Greenfield School Committee has reversed an earlier decision and voted to keep the first virtual school in Massachusetts open. The committee voted earlier this month to stop operating the 3-year-old Massachusetts Virtual Academy, because under a new state law, they would have to apply to the state to run it like a charter school. On Thursday they voted to draft a proposal to the state to keep operating the school. The committee voted after hearing from a state education official who said there was some confusion over the transition of the school from local to state control.