While deep divisions form over a new slate of bills aiming to establish more stringent regulations on charter schools, some favor a more measured approach to crafting school choice policy.

A group of state assemblymembers and senators made their case for charter school reform by seeking to enhance local control, and also proposed establishing a temporary moratorium on launching new ones, which will be heard by the education committee Wednesday, April 24.

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Christopher Conway

The California Teachers Union exerting their power over public education in California once again. Doing everything they can to keep their monopoly in educating our children in place no matter how bad they are doing it. Red or Ed is their communistic slogan, let’s break their monopoly and give our children more choices. Vouchers now.

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