Epic Charter Schools ends contract with management company


TULSA, Okla. (AP) — The governing board of a virtual charter school that has grown to become the largest public school in Oklahoma voted to end its contract with the for-profit school management company owned by its co-founders.

Epic Charter Schools' seven-member board of education unanimously approved a mutual termination agreement Wednesday, declaring its independence from Epic Youth Service, effective July 1.

"This school has outgrown its management company, which is why we did what we did today, " said newly seated board Chair Paul Campbell.

In a separate vote, Epic's governing board also...

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