Fitch: Charter School Caps Could Cost N.H. Money
New Hampshire budget negotiators said Tuesday they will heed a warning from the attorney general's office that a proposed cap on charter school enrollments could cost the state some federal money.
In the new state budget, the Senate proposed capping charter school enrollment at 850 pupils in 2010 and 950 in 2011.
In work to close the state budget shortfall, legislators are trying to resolve a school-funding issue of double counting when students attend traditional schools but also take...
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