Would-be charter schools vie for last openings in North Carolina

July 16, 2007
State allows only 100 charters; 98 have been approved.

A Wake County group is one of three finalists battling for the last two charter school openings in North Carolina. Endeavor Charter School, which hopes to open in North Raleigh, argues that fast-growing Wake County needs another charter school more than finalists in Duplin and Guilford counties. The state has capped the number of charter schools at 100.

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