The Asheville Citizen-Times writes that charter schools in North Carolina, while intended to be free from some regulation, should be required to open their records to scrutiny from taxpayers.
The Citizen-Times quotes SMVT attorney Mike Tadych:
Mike Tadych, an attorney with the N.C. Press Association, wants more disclosure. “In my view, any invoicing and records of payment of management fees by a charter school should be available as public records,” he said.
You can read the entire piece here.