11% of Delaware’s public school students are taught at charter schools. Here’s how they are different from traditional public and private schools. Jenna Miller, The News Journal
If it wishes to remain open, Odyssey Charter School must change its board so that members of a Greek-American fraternal group no longer hold a majority of seats.
The Thursday night ruling from Secretary of Education Susan Bunting and the State Board of Education is the culmination of nearly a year of complaints from parents, teachers and community members and brings the state’s Formal Review of the school to a close.
Now, the school, at 4319 Lancaster Pike, in Barley Mill, must adjust its bylaws to