Speaking of Charter Schools,

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The N.Y. Post reports today that highly regarded “charter-school operators from other states are urging New York’s elected officials to increase the number of charter schools allowed in the state or risk having them set up elsewhere.” That’s because New York has a cap on allowable charters at 200. New Jersey has a cap of 135 (although we only have 68). Those charter school operators examining prospects in N.Y. probably aren’t going to look across the Hudson River in our direction. That’s bad news for the 11,000 New Jersey school children currently trapped on charter school waiting lists.

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