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Students leaving mid-year raise questions for charter school

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D.C. charter board staff are recommending that Basis Public Charter School should not be allowed to add 35 seats next year because a large number of students are leaving in the middle of the school year. The Ward 2 school, which opened this year, is currently allowed to enroll up to 468 students. But at the beginning of October, the number of students at the middle school was 443, and a more...

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