California bill that critics say could cripple charter schools back in the spotlight

SB 808 is one of three pieces of anti-charter legislation championed by the state’s largest teacher’s union, the California Teachers Association. The bill limits the ability of charter schools to open new campuses or renew existing agreements by requiring them to seek approvals to operate from local school districts only. The bill would also greatly limit the appeals process if a district turns down a charter.

Source: California bill that critics say could cripple charter schools back in the spotlight | EdSource

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