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Joan M. Hatch (nee Hindsley), 90, of Oaklyn

Take Action and Tell the Governor to Expand High Quality Schools!

Charter School Community,

As a member of the public charter school community, I am emailing you to take action on behalf of hundreds of families that will lose their schools next year if decisions are not reversed. 

Recently, NJDOE announced decisions on charter schools that will displace hundreds of families from the schools that they love. These schools are high-performing and serving students well which makes the decisions even more difficult to understand.

As a member of the charter school community, please click here to send a pre-populated email to the Commissioner and the Governor asking them to reconsider and reverse their decisions to ensure that students can stay in the schools where they are excelling academically and the communities that they’ve been a part of, and thriving in, for years.

As the Governor noted, we should support all schools that are top-performing regardless of school type. No child should be shut out of a school they love. Support our children by taking action now.

To learn more and stay updated, please visit www.letmychildlearn.org

In this together,

Harry Lee

Take Action Now
 

 

New Jersey Public Charter Schools Association
100 Horizon Center Blvd
Hamilton, New Jersey 08691
info@njcharters.org

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