Mar 052013
 

Although 20 of the 628 students at Andrew Wilson Charter School were suspended in January — more than triple the number from the previous months — school officials reported positive news as well: gains in student achievement, new grants for pre-kindergarten summer camp and students with disabilities, increase in parental involvement and the likelihood of a budget surplus, reports Della Hasselle of The Lens.

Correction, 12:49 p.m., March 6: The original version of this post misidentified the school in the headline. The post itself and the original Lens article both correctly reference the school as Andrew Wilson Charter School.

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