Justin Murphy – Rochester Democrat and Chronicle USA TODAY NETWORK – in the D&C on 6/9/2020 on page A2

The New York Board of Regents Monday reversed its surprising decision last month to close a high-performing Buffalo charter school after a strong campaign from the school’s families.

The Regents in May voted to close Buffalo Academy of Science Charter School, which has a 94% graduation rate and met nine of the 10 state performance benchmarks. At the time, the Regents expressed concern for money being taken away from Buffalo Public Schools, particularly in a recession triggered by COVID-19.

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