A current lobbying effort being considered by 11 districts that make up the Greater Florida Consortium of School Boards, including Charlotte County, which represents more than 50 percent of all students enrolled in Florida public schools, is to speak out against charter schools. The consortium is requesting that legislation give the districts the same exemptions from state mandates that are offered to charters.
Charter schools are funded with taxpayer dollars, but are privately run.
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