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The D.C. Charter School board is in the process of creating a separate, non profit corporation. The intent is to attract more grant dollars which can be spent on research into best practices in charter schools. Tom Nida, heads the current board and in a few months, will complete his second and final term.

WAMU's Kavitha Cardoza spoke with Nida about his role in the new non profit entity and what they hope to accomplish....

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