Lack Of School Facilities ‘Crippling’ Many Charters

Honolulu Civil Beat

May 5, 12:00 AM

Lack Of School Facilities ‘Crippling’ Many Charters

It’s the most basic of school needs: a clean, safe space where students can learn. Yet two decades after Hawaii passed its first charter school law, many charter school leaders say finding, maintaining — and paying for — basic school facilities remains a frequent, pressing problem.

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