Former Kentucky Education Association President David Allen says Monday at a Save Our Schools Kentucky news conference in the Capitol that charter schools could drain money from public schools.
Former Kentucky Education Association President David Allen says Monday at a Save Our Schools Kentucky news conference in the Capitol that charter schools could drain money from public schools. By Jack Brammer/jbrammer@herald-leader.com
Former Kentucky Education Association President David Allen says Monday at a Save Our Schools Kentucky news conference in the Capitol that charter schools could drain money from public schools. By Jack Brammer/jbrammer@herald-leader.com

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