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Thu December 1, 2011
A Charter School Check-In
Since the state received eleven and a half million dollars in federal money for charter schools last year, there has been a flurry of activity, including in Nashua where two charter schools are in the works. Meanwhile, though many former foes now support charter schools, questions remain on such issues as admission policies, accountability, and how teacher unions fit in. Today we'll look at how charter schools are doing and where they're heading.
Michael Brindley - Education Reporter at the Telegraph of Nashua. He has written extensively on the issue of charter schools.
Laura Hainey - President of the American Federation of Teachers, New Hampshire.
Eileen Liponis - Executive Director of the New Hampshire Public Charter School Association, a member organization of charter schools.