NC’s 2 virtual charters are low performing. But they could be allowed to get more students.

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Raleigh News & Observer

May 9, 12:00 AM

NC’s 2 virtual charters are low performing. But they could be allowed to get more students.

The N.C. Senate voted 25-18 on Wednesday to lift the enrollment cap of 2,592 students at each virtual charter, letting them grow by 20 percent a year. Supporters argued that the virtual charters should be allowed to accept the many students who want to attend even though the schools aren’t performing as well as hoped.

Tags: online learning

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