By Cynthia McCabe Balloon arches span the room, loudspeakers pump out high-energy pop music, and grinning hosts cheer into microphones. It’s no party for many of the people in attendance though. Charter school operators eager to showcase interest in their facilities have turned to public events orchestrated as much for the media as for the [...]
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