WL moving on with Happy Hollow after court sides with state on $1 charter school law
Court rules districts have no right to fight law, in case initiated by West Lafayette schools. Plus, WL school board reaction to elections. And a Jeff teacher’s open letter to new school board member
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COURT DECLINES SCHOOLS’ CHALLENGE INSPIRED BY SAVING HAPPY HOLLOW PROPERTY. WEST SIDE READY TO MOVE ON
Don’t look for the West Lafayette school district to keep going on a case it initiated three years ago, challenging an Indiana law that allows charter schools to pick up public school buildings for $1 when they close.
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