LFC Daily News Clips | March 16, 2017
Kentucky is one step closer to allowing publicly funded charter schools. Yesterday, lawmakers sent a charter school bill to the governor who spoke on behalf of the measure earlier in the day. According to news reports, the Bluegrass State is one of seven without charter schools.
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