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“As defenders of a parent’s right to choose the best education for their child, the National Coalition for Public School Options (PSO) has taken a vested interest in the case being argued before the West Virginia Supreme Court over the constitutionality of the state’s charter school law. PSO filed an amicus brief in support of the law, because we believe parents should have every educational option available to them.
“What was clear from yesterday's oral arguments is the responding party does not understand how charter schools actually work. They argued that charter schools carve out a separate jurisdiction from school districts, including financial resources. This is inaccurate as charter schools are overseen by the State Board of Education, recruit from overlapping school districts, and receive state funding, not local property taxes.
“Most concerning was the responding party’s characterization of charter school parents as hypocrites for not wanting for voters across the county to decide what is best for their child.
“We applaud West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey and Michael Williams, senior deputy solicitor general, for their work in defending parents’ rights. We look forward to a resolution to the matter and are hopeful that the justices will find the standing is jurisdictional, allowing for charter schools to continue to serve West Virginia students.”