Oklahoma moves to shut down virtual charter school

Amelia Hamilton
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Posted: Jul 21, 2016 3:16 PM

Oklahoma’s Virtual Charter School Board is looking for the first time to shut down one of the schools under its purview. The board voted in May to terminate the contract of ABLE Charter School because of multiple concerns, including financial reporting problems and questions about compliance with the state Open Meeting Act. The school is contesting the move.

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