Tennessee's ambiguous charter school law surfaces eligibility issues

The National Center for Education Reform regards Tennessee's charter school law as poorly written and one of the weakest in the country. As educators debate which students are eligible to attend the nontraditional schools, the law's ambiguity threatens to derail the entire charter movement.

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