Some large public school districts in Florida — including Miami-Dade County — have concerns about House Republicans’ $200 million “schools of hope” plan to help students in failing neighborhood schools. The plan would attract specialized charter school operators that could provide another option to those students but would compete with the traditional school.
Some large public school districts in Florida — including Miami-Dade County — have concerns about House Republicans’ $200 million “schools of hope” plan to help students in failing neighborhood schools. The plan would attract specialized charter school operators that could provide another option to those students but would compete with the traditional school. Scott Keeler Tampa Bay Times
Some large public school districts in Florida — including Miami-Dade County — have concerns about House Republicans’ $200 million “schools of hope” plan to help students in failing neighborhood schools. The plan would attract specialized charter school operators that could provide another option to those students but would compete with the traditional school. Scott Keeler Tampa Bay Times

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April 17, 2017 3:48 PM

Miami-Dade, others push back on House’s proposed $200M charter school incentive

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