Monday, August 6, 2012

"give their time and effort"

In addition to being a 'high performing' school district, Franklin is fortunate to have the Benjamin Franklin Classical Charter School as well. Was it mentioned in this article? No.
Ultimately, the overriding factor determining whether a charter is approved by the state has less to do with where it is and more to do with why it's being proposed, said J.C. Considine, a spokesman for the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. 
"I don't think there's a preference," he said. "Where there's a need and demand is shown, we're open to considering strong proposals in really any region." 
There's also nothing inherent to MetroWest that would make it objectionable to potential founding groups, said Brown, who added a town like Framingham, with its growing non-English speaking population, could be a good site for a charter school specializing in language education.

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For additional information on the Benjamin Franklin Classical Charter Public School you can visit their web page

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