This article talks about how virtual classrooms have made college easier for students all over the country. Some of the main reasons were the fact that many students are working a full-time job with prior degrees, which leaves them in a state in which they can't get up and move. The bias is in favor of virtual classrooms. I found this article on a database, which makes it reliable.
This article talks about a couple of schools in New Jersey that have built in virtual school days in their school year. They said that kids should be able to enjoy the snow, which is why these virtual school days are in February. This article's bias is that virtual classrooms are a good thing. This is still a reliable souce though due to the fact that it is from a database.
This article is talking about how virtual classrooms at the University of Utah have affected the students. While the article addresses both the pros and cons of these classes, it is more based on the negative effects. I also found this source on a database which makes it reliable.
This article discusses what the government is doing with virtual classes. The article's bias is against classrooms and the government. This is a reliable source because it is from a database.
This article talks about how virtual classrooms may be the solution to problems such as bullying, busy schedules, and suspension. I don't think it has much of a bias other than the title. It covers both pros and cons. It his a good source because it is from a database.