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Superintendent can’t be charter school friend and executioner (access required)

Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Horne has taken to the blogosphere and airwaves to defend the curriculum regulations that are the object of a lawsuit by five high-performing public charter schools. It turns out he can only defend the rules by flagrantly misrepresenting them.  Charter schools reflect an attempt to break the public education mold ...

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