Charter schools close amid questions about special education

07/15/2009 | Tampa Tribune (Fla.), The

A Florida school district has taken over two charter schools, citing several concerns, including the ability to provide special-education services. District officials also cited doubts about the charter schools' financial management, overall low test scores and weak student performance as factors in the closings.

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