Highland Park challenging charter expansion – and its obligation to pay

May 7, 2015

“If the court upholds this, it would be quite significant statewide,” said Julia Sass Rubin, a professor at Rutgers University and a volunteer at Save Our Schools NJ. “It would mean basically that districts would not have to fund charter spots for students who live in the district but are attending a charter school in another district, if the sending district was not part of the original charter.”

NJ.com, May 6

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