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  • Broward Democrat: 'We’re creating a segregated system' with 'schools of hope'

    Broward County Rep. Shevrin Jones, the top Democrat on the House Education Committee, explains his concerns with a proposal from House Republicans that’s intended to help students in failing traditional schools by attracting charter schools they could attend instead.

Broward County Rep. Shevrin Jones, the top Democrat on the House Education Committee, explains his concerns with a proposal from House Republicans that’s intended to help students in failing traditional schools by attracting charter schools they could attend instead. Kristen M. Clark / Herald/Times Tallahassee bureau kclark@miamiherald.com
Broward County Rep. Shevrin Jones, the top Democrat on the House Education Committee, explains his concerns with a proposal from House Republicans that’s intended to help students in failing traditional schools by attracting charter schools they could attend instead. Kristen M. Clark / Herald/Times Tallahassee bureau kclark@miamiherald.com

$200 million incentive for charter schools is not the answer, Democrats say

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