Panel to vote on charter, public school colocation plan

Students, parents and community members rallied against the

Students, parents and community members rallied against the collocation idea this afternoon saying that the influx of students would have a negative effect on education and programming. (Credit: News 12)

BROOKLYN - A city panel is set to vote tonight on controversial plans to move charter schools into public school buildings.

Students, parents and community members rallied against the colocation idea this afternoon saying that the influx of students would have a negative effect on education and programming.

The city’s DOE officials will vote tonight at Prospect Heights High School. Results are not expected until after 10 p.m.

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