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Arizona charter schools face a more stringent application process (access required)

Going into her term as president of the Arizona State Board for Charter Schools, Janna Day aims to continue to hold the institutions to higher standards through a more stringent application and renewal process, continuing her efforts from when she was first appointed to the board in 2010.

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