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Did you know ... Charter Schools are Public Schools?

Did you know that charter schools are public schools?

Charter schools are tuition-free, open to all students, and held accountable to state and federal standards. According to the U.S. Department of Education, a charter school is "a school providing free public elementary and/or secondary education to eligible students under a specific charter granted by the state legislature or other appropriate authority."

We are so excited to celebrate charter public schools throughout National Charter Schools Week! A new fact series will be on the blog each day this week so check back for fun graphics to share on Twitter and Facebook.

[Click to Tweet] Did you know that charter schools are public schools? #CharterSchoolsWeek

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[Click to Tweet] Did you know that charter schools are tuition-free and open to all students? #CharterSchoolsWeek

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[Click to Tweet] Did you know that charter schools are held accountable to state and federal standards? #CharterSchoolsWeek

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