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There’s more evidence from Tennessee, Florida, and elsewhere that North Carolina ought to stay away from the for-profit cyber charter school scheme being pushed by K-12 Inc. and the public education privatizers.

A Tennessee legislator summed up his state’s experience with K-12 Inc. very clearly.

State Rep. Joe Pitts, D-Clarksville, called the school “a risky experiment that blew up in our face.”

We don’t need exploding experiments in North Carolina public schools.

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