Several major Florida newspapers have covered the District Court of Appeals opinion handed down yesterday affirming the exclusive authority of local school boards to establish charter schools at the local district level.
From the Orlando Sentinel:
From the Miami Herald:
"A three-judge panel of the First District Court of Appeal struck down a 2006 law that lets applicants sidestep the state's 67 county school boards by getting their charters instead from a state commission"
from Florida Today:
From the Jacksonville Times Union
WEAR TV pensacola did a 6.25 second piece on this issue, PNJ did not cover this story.
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