INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana officials are holding a public hearing in Indianapolis on four applications for new charter schools.
The Indiana Charter School Board said Friday the hearing will be held April 27 at the Indianapolis Central Library. The hearing is required as part of the application review process. Members of the public who want to speak will have to sign in when they arrive.
The schools are Circle City Preparatory Charter School, Civic Collegiate Public Charter School, Rosa Parks: A Challenge Foundation Academy and Gateway Preparatory Academy.
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