Minnesota law could discourage districts from opening charters

New oversight rules governing charter schools in Minnesota -- where such schools got their start in the U.S. in 1991 -- have some districts questioning whether to open new charters. Under the changes, the state will no longer be responsible for the success of charters. Instead, districts or other entities will be approved as charter-school authorizers and held accountable for the schools' performance.

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