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February 5, 2014 4:09 PM

State of N.C. charter schools

Three years ago, Sen. Richard Stevens of Wake County filed Senate Bill 8, “No Cap on Number of Charter Schools,” which eventually removed the 15-year, 100 charter school limit. This anniversary is a good time to assess the bill’s impact on North Carolina’s K-12 public education as well as where the charter movement is headed.

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