N.C. board considers allowing virtual charters to operate

01/9/2013 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

The North Carolina State Board of Education is expected to vote today on whether to allow public-school students to enroll in online charter schools operated by for-profit companies. Such proposals have been controversial nationwide and in the state, where some are concerned about transparency and what could happen if public funds are directed away from traditional schools and into the virtual schools. At least two companies have sought to start enrolling students in 2014.

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