Charter limit in Pennsylvania district overturned

Jan. 23, 2008
Judge's decision will let charter schools expand in the Chester Upland district

A judge has struck down a charter-school enrollment cap in the Chester (Pa.) Upland School District, where charters already make up more than half the K-8 enrollment. Unless the ruling is overturned, charters in the Chester Upland district will be able to expand by at least 1,000 more children.

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