Report urges shift in course of public, charter schools in Pulaski County

Tackle public-charter split, it says

Posted: August 1, 2017 at 4:30 a.m.

A committee that was directed last year to find ways to end animosity between Pulaski County's traditional and charter schools said Monday that the absence of a long-term, data-driven strategic plan for public education will make collaboration among schools "far more difficult" and lead to "serious inefficiencies" in spending public funds.

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