As Charters Partner With Colleges, Some See Growing Divide
As more charter schools in Texas and across the country establish partnerships with universities, some education experts worry that traditional public schools — which are already grappling with new high school diploma rules — are being left behind.
As more charter schools in Texas establish partnerships with colleges and universities, some education experts worry that traditional public schools — which are already grappling with new high school diploma rules — are being left behind. Read the full story at KUT News.
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