In this 2014 file photo, Rheeann Lucceus raises her hand with the answer beside classmate Christopher Mejia while doing addition with money in Erika Choi’s first grade class at Classical Prep, one of Pasco County’s newest charter schools. It focuses on a “classical” education that requires each student to take a core, liberal arts curriculum.
In this 2014 file photo, Rheeann Lucceus raises her hand with the answer beside classmate Christopher Mejia while doing addition with money in Erika Choi’s first grade class at Classical Prep, one of Pasco County’s newest charter schools. It focuses on a “classical” education that requires each student to take a core, liberal arts curriculum. Brendan Fitterer Tampa Bay Times
In this 2014 file photo, Rheeann Lucceus raises her hand with the answer beside classmate Christopher Mejia while doing addition with money in Erika Choi’s first grade class at Classical Prep, one of Pasco County’s newest charter schools. It focuses on a “classical” education that requires each student to take a core, liberal arts curriculum. Brendan Fitterer Tampa Bay Times

Charter schools aren’t included in school ballot measure. They’re not happy about it.

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