February 4, 2022 9:22 pm

Upstate charter schools to shut down

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The schools have survived due to the money they received from federal Covid-19 grants. The Resolution says the schools would have lost around $1.5 million since 2017 without the help of that money. “We’re just concerned that they didn’t reach out and tell the parents any of this,” said Sara Herrell, who’s son goes to NEXT High School. “They just kind of threw it on us at the last minute and the kids are the ones that are having to suffer for it.“

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