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The NAACP Takes A Major Stand Against The Growth Of Charter Schools

The NAACP board of directors voted Saturday to confirm a resolution that recommends an end to the expansion of charter schools, which currently educate about 6 percent of the nation’s public school students. The controversial move has angered charter school activists and faced criticism from the editorial boards at The New York Times and The Washington Post. Charter schools are publicly funded but privately operated.
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