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Henig: Charter Schools "Can Stir Opposition" From Public-School Loyalists

The Professor of Political Science and Education and Chair of the Education Policy & Social Analysis Department told a Florida paper that charters are increasingly seen as "funded and supported by outsiders."
The Professor of Political Science and Education and Chair of the Education Policy & Social Analysis Department told a Florida paper that charters are increasingly seen as "funded and supported by outsiders."

LINK:  Charter school backers find little support in Tallahassee

Published Monday, Mar. 12, 2012