The Maine Charter School Commission today approved Maine’s second virtual charter school. The virtual school will be managed by K12 Inc., only 27.7 percent of whose students achieve adequate yearly progress by federal standards, and whose graduation rate is a mere 49.1 percent. Simultaneously, Maine has been spending huge amounts of taxpayer money converting our traditional public schools to a […]
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