It’s been a long time coming, but charter school supporters in Kentucky are one step away from celebrating.
The legislature cleared a measure last week that would allow local school boards to authorize charters, along with the mayors of Louisville and Lexington.
The final step will be Republican Gov. Matt Bevin — who called the reform “long overdue — signing the bill into law. That would make Kentucky the 44th state to allow charter schools.
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