Local charter schools say they're now focused on the future

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Students in Detris Ward's sixth grade reading class at Odyssey were quick to answer questions.

By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL
sarah@newnan.com
Now that the amendment to the state’s constitution regarding charter schools has been approved, the students, parents, and staff of Coweta County’s two state-chartered schools can look confidently toward the future.
If, that is, the amendment is not struck down by the courts following a lawsuit over the ballot language.
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