Does the Newest Charter School Bill 'Authorize' a Slippery Slope?

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Sometime this year, if HB702/SB830 gets past the Tennessee General Assembly and is signed by the governor, local school boards can be cut out of the approval process for new charter schools altogether. And they'll have to pay for the privilege! This week's Flyer editorial explains.

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