Philadelphia charter schools sue over enrollment caps imposed on them

Jan. 14, 2011
Lawsuits argue that limits on student numbers violate Pennsylvania’s charter-school law

From The Philadelphia Inquirer: Six more charter schools have fileda legal challenge to the Philadelphia School Reform Commission's practice of setting enrollment maximums in schools' operating charters. The schools contend that the commission has violated the state's charter-school law by limiting the number of students their schools can enroll.

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