Charter Schools Sue Arizona Over Course Mandates
Arizona has long offered a welcoming climate not only for retirees, but also for charter schools, with a law that's generally deemed to make it easy to start the autonomous public schools.
Now, though, the state education agency is being sued by several Arizona charters that say the state is getting too meddlesome.
"There has been a regulatory creep that has begun to infect charter schools," said Clint Bolick, a prominent school choice lawyer who is representing the plaintiffs. "This started off as a relatively modest incursion that's grown into a significant...
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