Washington, D.C., suburbs are starting to consider charter options

11/5/2009 | Washington Post, The

Charter schools are gaining some traction in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., as the city's own charter-school numbers continue to grow. Supporters are attempting to open the first charter in Maryland's Montgomery County. Officials say that school boards in Maryland and Virginia are often hesitant to approve the schools, which do not always follow a school system's curriculum and can vary in quality.

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