Public Education at Stake With Mass. Voters to Decide on Pro-Charter School Measure
"Wall Street must not be allowed to hijack public education in Massachusetts," said Sen. Sanders
Massachusetts voters will decide the fate of Question 2, which would allow up to 12 new charter schools per year. (Photo: Save Our Public Schools)
Proponents, meanwhile, have argued that it will help "failing public schools" and offer parents a "choice." Among them is Republican Gov. Charlie Baker, who has gone "all-in" to stump for the pro-charter measure.