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By Jennifer Palmer
Oklahoma Watch 

Virtual schools could reap largest gains in charter schools lawsuit


November 5, 2017

This story was updated Nov. 3 to include a court hearing in which a judge decided to allow local school districts to intervene in a charter-school group’s lawsuit.

Virtual charter schools stand to receive the largest share of local tax funding if a lawsuit by a pro-charter-school group is successful.

That gain could occur despite the fact that virtual schools have fewer expenses than brick-and mortar ones, with few or no buildings to purchase and no transportation to provide.

The Oklahoma Public Charter School Association is suing the state Board of Education over the funding allocated to...

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