Tulsa schools authorized to sue Oklahoma over charter school law

12/19/2007 | Tulsa World (Okla.)

Oklahoma's charter school law, enacted in 1999, requires only large districts in Tulsa and Oklahoma counties to consider charter school applications, and a Tulsa school board member says he believes that violates the state's constitution. However, some state lawmakers said the lawsuit would waste money because the law only attempts to provide alternatives for children where traditional public schools are failing them.

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