Minnesota to step up evaluations of charter school overseers
ST. PAUL — Minnesota is preparing to step up oversight of the nonprofits, school districts and colleges that monitor the state’s charter schools.
Each of the state’s independently run public schools has such an organization, called an authorizer, overseeing its finances, academics and operations. Last week, the state Department of Education shared with authorizers new guidelines spelling out how it will size them up starting next year.
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