Bill removes public scrutiny for North Carolina charter schools

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Monday, June 9, 2014

The future of public access to information about charter schools in North Carolina became murkier this week with a Senate education committee proposal.

The committee is considering stripping a bill of requirements that the schools comply with open meeting and public records laws.

Charter schools received $304.7 million from the state this year, a number that will grow as more charter schools open in August.

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