Georgia's Parent-Trigger Law Would Differ From Other States'

Georgia could become the only state to force local school boards to consider petitions to transform not just failing but also non-failing traditional public schools into charter schools.
March 20, 2013
 

Georgia could become the only state to force local school boards to consider petitions to transform not just failing but also non-failing traditional public schools into charter schools.

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