Graduates process through the gym at Neuse Charter School in Johnston County. The N.C. House budget would give $1 million to a private advocacy group to fund start-up costs at rural charter schools.
Graduates process through the gym at Neuse Charter School in Johnston County. The N.C. House budget would give $1 million to a private advocacy group to fund start-up costs at rural charter schools. File Photo
Graduates process through the gym at Neuse Charter School in Johnston County. The N.C. House budget would give $1 million to a private advocacy group to fund start-up costs at rural charter schools. File Photo
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NC House backs $1 million grant to charter school advocacy group

May 21, 2015 08:54 PM

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