US ‘charter’ schools hit by controversy

The US government is planning to allocate more money for 'charter' schools which are seen as an alternative to traditional educational facilities. This has resulted in local schools getting underfunded.

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    The US government is planning to allocate more money for "charter" schools, which are seen as an alternative to traditional educational facilities.

    This has resulted in local schools getting underfunded.

    Al Jazeera’s Kristen Saloomey reports from Red Bank, New Jersey.


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