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Charter students double in a decade

Success in Mass. part of a US trend

By Matt Carroll
Globe Staff / November 1, 2010

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The number of children in Massachusetts charter schools has more than doubled over the past decade as parents, worried about the quality of their children’s education, have increasingly sought alternatives to traditional public schools. (Full article: 1072 words)

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