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CCAT director: Amendment about options

Local charter school head believes 'yes' vote won’t harm school districts

CCAT director: Amendment about options

CCAT director: Amendment about options

Students work at the Charter Conserva...

The idea that a proposed constitutional amendment giving the state power to create charter schools would siphon money away from struggling public school districts, promote private institutions and disperse funds to schools with low academic standards is touted often by the measure’s opponents.

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