Durham’s Reaching All Minds Academy charter school third graders in biotech teacher Valerie Chambers' class spend time reading about ecosystems in December. Charter schools could receive a larger share of public school funding under Senate legislation introduced Monday.
Durham’s Reaching All Minds Academy charter school third graders in biotech teacher Valerie Chambers' class spend time reading about ecosystems in December. Charter schools could receive a larger share of public school funding under Senate legislation introduced Monday. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Durham’s Reaching All Minds Academy charter school third graders in biotech teacher Valerie Chambers' class spend time reading about ecosystems in December. Charter schools could receive a larger share of public school funding under Senate legislation introduced Monday. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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