Online schools fight Oregon Senate's proposed 2-year moratorium

05/4/2009 | Oregonian (Portland), The

Under a state Senate bill that is making progress in committees, Oregon's virtual charter schools may be hit with a two-year moratorium as legislators study how best to regulate them. The bill temporarily would ban the creation or expansion of such schools, but some online schools say it could force them to close when their contracts expire in June 2010.

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