Re: DSM: Mass state laws/private schools


Sharon Stanfill (sharons@juliet.ll.mit.edu)
Thu, 22 Jul 1999 09:54:20 -0400


DPI? I think there is something rather like a SVS school as a charter
in NJ. Will try to hunt up the web page later today.

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>Thanks for the info, Betsy! Going from town to town would be
>pretty hard too, given the current real estate market. I suppose
>there are towns that are just more likely to grant permission, but
>finding them would not be easy. I wonder - now that there is
>such an interest in charter schools - do you think a SVS school
>could be opened as a charter school? >>

Definatly not in north carolina.... While it is technically legal, you would
never be approved, and if you were, DPI would harras you to an extreme.

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