How do charter-school closures affect students?

01/31/2012 | Time.com

Ohio's 2006 charter-school closure law, considered the strictest in the country, requires the closure of any charter school with low ratings based on test scores for two out of three years. However, some say the tough law has harmful effects for charter-school students, who must return to neighborhood campuses that often are performing poorly as well.

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