Inside the unraveling of one of Philadelphia’s most successful charter schools
The board voted to approve the closure of the North Broad Street charter, which has been in operation since 1999. It did so in a way that may have violated the Sunshine Act, according to the Inquirer — because the vote happened in a private session after attendees had already been escorted out.“It was sad to see. So many people were hurt and left with no answers,” said Nia Primus, a longtime teacher who joined MCS this year. “It was not surprising, though,” she added.