Philadelphia charter gets permanent home

Sept. 27, 2007
Independence Charter School buys space for $6 million.

Independence Charter School in Philadelphia finally will get a permanent home. After two years of negotiating with the Philadelphia School District and vying with a developer, Independence has bought the former Durham School for $6 million. The school has 695 students in grades K-8, and has been operating from an increasingly crowded, leased space for seven years.

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