If you’ve been following the efforts of the very profitable K12 Inc. (we talked about them in this story) to open a virtual charter school for students in North Carolina — ostensibly it would be a school “based” in Cabarrus County, but in (virtual) reality the school would’ve consisted of online courses only, plus some tellers to cash the checks — it’s been blocked by Superior Court Judge Abe Jones:

Judge rules that state edu board doesn’t have to review #ncvirtual charter – its silence earlier was in effect a denial #ncga
— Sarah Ovaska(@SarahOvaska) June 29, 2012