As Charters Partner With Colleges, Some See Growing Divide

As Charters Partner With Colleges, Some See Growing Divide

As more charter schools in Texas and across the country establish partnerships with universities, some education experts worry that traditional public schools — which are already grappling with new high school diploma rules — are being left behind.


As more charter schools in Texas establish partnerships with colleges and universities, some education experts worry that traditional public schools — which are already grappling with new high school diploma rules — are being left behind.

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This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune at http://www.texastribune.org/2013/12/05/as-charters-partner-with-colleges-some-/.

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