Monday, June 19, 2006

D.C. Education Board could ease out of charter oversight

From the CEC Smart Brief:

The D.C. Board of Education today will mull proposals to impose an indefinite moratorium on new charter applications and to cede oversight of the nontraditional schools to another group, perhaps the D.C. Public Charter School Board or a university. Members say running the 17 charter schools now under their purview is a drain on time and energy. The Washington Post (free registration) (6/19)

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