Federal Money Is Running Out For Charter Schools’ Pre-K Programs

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Honolulu Civil Beat

Sep 12, 12:00 AM

Federal Money Is Running Out For Charter Schools’ Pre-K Programs

The charter school’s pre-K program, which has since been discontinued over a building permit issue, was possible under a federal preschool development grant intended for eligible 4-year-olds in Hawaii’s public charter schools. Charter schools are tuition-free and state-funded with Hawaii Department of Education money, but operated by independent governing boards.

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