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Charter School Sues Three Districts to Stop Bullying

Princeton International Academy Charter School is suing three school districts to stop what they say is the spending of “public funds and using their governmental positions to oppose the opening of the charter school.”


All too often, traditional school districts fight dirty to protect their territory and thwart charter school competition – much to the detriment of parents and students.

But PIACS and parents are calling them out on it.

They want to stop the misuse of public funds, seek repayment of said funds, initiate a full accounting report of monies spent and see a monitor appointed to oversee spending.

This could set a new tone in the fight for charter schools where school districts will be held accountable for unfair practices. If successful, we could see charters in districts across the nation following suit.


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