A ruling by the Michigan attorney general has changed the status of Detroit's school district, allowing more charter schools to open. Because enrollment dropped below 100,000, the school district can expand beyond its 32 existing charter schools. "This is a great day for school choice, for kids and parents," said Gary Naeyaert, vice president of the Michigan Association of Public School Academies. "It means additional opportunities."

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