Nation | Education

Dissatisfied, Parents In Indianapolis Start Their Own School

NPR | April 29, 2013 5 a.m. | Updated: April 29, 2013 9:22 a.m.

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Kyle Stokes

Some parents in Indianapolis are taking school choice to an extreme. Bruised after the mayor closed the public charter school their kids attended, and disgruntled with existing school options, they started their own school. It has made it through the first year with 35 students, despite lacking both funding and a permanent home.

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