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Virtual School To Be Monitored Closer

The Oregon House approves a bill that sets some governance standards for publicly backed virtual charter schools. Portland Democrat Lew Frederic says the legislation needs work and possibly threatens public funds designated for brick and mortar schools. Many Democrats argued the public wasn't given enough opportunity for involvement, except Salem’s Brian Clem, who says there is still time for fixes and time for comment.

 

 

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