Charter School Rift 

The prospect of sharing campus space has a community fretting about inequality

[slideshow-1] On a brisk and blazing-bright Monday morning, school kids frolic on the playground of Redwood Preparatory Charter School in Fortuna. Fourth, fifth and sixth graders in sweatshirts scamper through the wood chips around the swing set, tromp across the giant tractor…

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