Four public charter schools in Florida ranked among the top 500 schools on the America’s Top High Schools 2015 list and four additional charter schools were among those “beating the odds” for low-income students.
Nina Rees, president and CEO of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools responds to the introduction to the omnibus appropriations spending bill, which includes a nearly 32 percent funding increase ($80 million) for the Charter Schools Program (CSP) for fiscal year 2016.
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