The Pittsburgh Public Schools board on Wednesday unanimously approved renewing the charter for the downtown-based City High through June 2027.
City Charter High School was evaluated by the public school district’s team, per state law, this month and met the requirements for renewal. Charter schools in Pennsylvania receive state funding and operate independently of the municipal district. As state funding is distributed to charter schools through the home district, it has the authority to approve or deny authorization requests. If denied, the charter can appeal through the state.
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