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Quick facts about Mass. charter schools

By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / February 26, 2004

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What is a charter school? Operating independent of local school committees, charter schools are intended to promote innovative ways of teaching. They control their own budgets and staff and have the freedom to design their own course of study. A board of trustees and state education officials oversee them. (Full Article: 566 Words)

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