January 8, 2013

Teachers union balks at push for unlimited charter schools

Gov. LePage plans to introduce legislation this session to lift the current cap of 10 schools in the next 10 years.

By Noel K. Gallagher ngallagher@pressherald.com
Staff Writer

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Cornville Regional Charter School teacher Danielle Beaman helps student Barret Walker last fall. The school opened in October with 60 students and plans to expand to 90 this fall.

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Today's poll: Charter schools

Should the state limit how many charter schools can operate in Maine?

Yes

No

View Results