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Re: “Questions loom about group proposing Raleigh charter school

I think we have to listen to Mr. Hawkes because he is one of the decision makers, being the N.C. Public Charter School Advisory Council member who initially raised the questions at the Jan. 11 meeting, said he was satisfied with the answers the school representatives provided. "It didn't really sound that nefarious. It's a nationalistic movement in Turkey but it doesn't seem to have any fundamentalist Islamic agenda," said Hawkes, who is a founding board member for another Greensboro charter school. "They claimed not to be connected with it, anyway. We have to take them at their word. If there are further concerns, the state school board may or may not delve into it further." Finally, he says “If there are further concerns, the state school board may or may not delve into it further”. So, as everything is public, people, who have concerns, should go to TMSA to see what’s going on or should contact decision makers instead of making rumors or creating same old stories, baseless allegations.

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Posted by genuinefacts on 01/25/2012 at 9:50 PM

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