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Officials with the Redmond Proficiency Academy say plans to open a Salem charter school will be shelved for a year after the arrest of director Michael Bremont. They say Bremont was a key part in getting approval from the Salem-Keizer school board to open a new charter school in that district. An article in The Bulletin says the Salem-Keizer district in January gave authorization to its staff to move forward with negotiations to open the charter school in the fall of 2012. Salem-Keizer district spokesman Jay Remy says they don’t believe anyone can be found quickly enough to take Bremont’s place in the development.

 

 

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