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Charter schools could see more scrutiny

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Tim Post

MPR News 91.3 FM

ST. PAUL — Increased accountability could be on the way for Minnesota’s charter schools. But what shape that will take is going to be up for debate in the next legislative session.

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Critics of underperforming charter schools say state law isn’t tough enough. They’re pushing a measure that would flag poor performing charters for closure.

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