Wis. considers easing rules for new charter schools

Lawmakers in Wisconsin are considering legislation that would allow charter schools to launch without prior approval from local school districts. Supporters have praised the legislation, in part, because they say more charter schools will give students and families more choices for education. Critics say charter schools divert state funding from public schools and weaken accountability efforts.

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