The future of Granite State charter schools is beginning to look brighter, after the state Board of Education and lawmakers announced they were optimistic a deal could be reached to end a moratorium imposed last week.
Board Chairman Tom Raffio and Deputy Commissioner Paul Leather met with members of the House finance committee, House education committee and joint fiscal committee Tuesday to discuss the funding concerns that led to the moratorium enacted by the board last week.
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