New Washington state legislation spells out the rules for charters

03/12/2004 | SeattlePI.com

Wednesday's bill legalizing charter schools in Washington state contains numerous provisions to ensure that nontraditional schools operate under strict academic accountability. For example, charter school students' scores on the state assessment exam must meet or exceed those of similar students in the district for two consecutive years; otherwise, the charter will not be renewed.

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