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|Wednesday, June 17, 2009|
A bill that might damage Oregon's online charter schools has passed a House committee amidst protests from opponents. But while parent Ann-Marie Gurney maintains that the charter schools need to stay alive to help students learn, she says that, for lobbyists, politics may be a bigger factor than education.
Read the full story at Wweek.com.
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