Nc Court Rebuffs Company On Virtual Charter School

Bryant wrote for the court panel The unanimous ruling means an appeal to the state Supreme Court depends on the high courts desire to weigh in. A K12 spokesman and lawyers for North Carolina Learns did not respond to requests for comment. The nonprofit and K12 Inc., the nations largest online educator, sought to set up a charter school with a statewide reach in a deal with Cabarrus Countys school board. North Carolina Learns agreed to pay 4 percent of its revenue to the school system in Cabarrus, located north of Charlotte, as well as pay K12. A state judge last year blocked the plan from advancing without getting approval from the state school board. Rules adopted by the state school board in January 14 months after North Carolina Learns first submitted a fast track application for its planned school impose conditions on operating the schools. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/nc-court-rebuffs-company-on-virtual-charter-school/2013/12/03/77b6d3ac-5c51-11e3-8d24-31c016b976b2_story.html

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