Charter School Expansion Divides Massachusetts Lawmakers
A ballot measure proposed in Massachusetts, if approved by voters, would allow for the creation or expansion of 12 charter schools a year.
A ballot measure proposed in Massachusetts, if approved by voters, would allow for the creation or expansion of 12 charter schools a year. Lawmakers are trying to avoid placing the expansion measure on the ballot in November, and are working toward a compromise on charter schools. (Boston Globe)
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