January 2, 2018
Arizona Agribusiness & Equine Center which is one of the highest rated of the charter schools in Arizona. One of the school’s horses which allow the students to learn hands on as well as in the classroom. (Matthew Van Doren/Courier)
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Parents have more choice, but there’s friction over finances
From the start of Arizona’s school choice movement in 1994, district school leaders have bristled over what they see as a lack of transparency over how charter school operators spend money, how they select students and over payment of teachers and administrators.