A student peers outside the front door of Olympus High School in Tacoma, one of three charter schools that opened in Tacoma this year. The Washington State Charter Schools Association has acknowledged that it has not yet raised enough private money to keep Washington charters running for a full school year.
A student peers outside the front door of Olympus High School in Tacoma, one of three charter schools that opened in Tacoma this year. The Washington State Charter Schools Association has acknowledged that it has not yet raised enough private money to keep Washington charters running for a full school year. David Montesino Staff photographer
A student peers outside the front door of Olympus High School in Tacoma, one of three charter schools that opened in Tacoma this year. The Washington State Charter Schools Association has acknowledged that it has not yet raised enough private money to keep Washington charters running for a full school year. David Montesino Staff photographer

Private funding to keep charter schools open ‘uncertain,’ backers say

October 02, 2015 09:15 AM

UPDATED October 06, 2015 09:00 PM

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