Opinion: Ed. Commissioner Says ‘We’re not giving up on charter schools’
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On Friday, hundreds of public charter school students who traveled to Concord learned a harsh lesson about the legislative process.

They learned that sometimes partisan politics gets in the way of bipartisan problem solving. They came to the Legislative Fiscal Committee asking lawmakers to accept the first round of a $46 million federal grant to expand public charter schools for at-risk students in New Hampshire. They were denied.

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