04/12/2017 05:38 PM
LOUISVILLE – Individuals on both sides of the charter school discussion met at the Louisville Forum on Wednesday to discuss what’s next for the proposal in Kentucky. Senate Bill 520, which was passed late in the 2017 regular session, opened the doors for charter schools to be established anywhere in the Commonwealth of Kentucky — provided there are enough students to support it. Sen. Gerald Neal, D-Louisville, voiced his concerns about how the legislation allowing charter schools was rushed through the... Read more
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