Editorial: Private school parents shouldn’t be able to use public school money for their kids to enr

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Tulsa World

Oct 22, 12:00 AM

Editorial: Private school parents shouldn't be able to use public school money for their kids to enroll in virtual charters

It may seem odd, but the seven children involved were simultaneously enrolled in private schools in Oklahoma County and Epic Charter School, which is a privately owned public school that offers largely self-paced classes online and in blended formats. Epic unenrolled the children in August and September because the simultaneous enrollments violate the school’s contract with the state virtual charter school board.

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