After private vote, charter school’s future is still up in the air
The board of trustees of the Mathematics, Civics and Sciences Charter School held a private vote during an executive session at its meeting on Thursday evening and decided to close the school. It’s a decision that should be accepted as final, according to the charter school’s attorney. Thursday evening’s vote could conflict with the state’s Sunshine Act, which states the vote must be held in public. It’s unclear if the vote will be challenged.