Charter School Advocates Rally For More Funding
They serve an expanding number of Florida students, and now they want more money to reflect that growth.
Charter schools don't receive taxpayer funds to build new buildings and repair old ones.
Whitney Ray tells us, 500 charter school students, parents, and teachers were in Tallahassee Wednesday trying to find cash to keep the movement growing.
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