“We don’t want to see charter schools close without some responsibility back to the taxpayers and the teachers of the school. If an operator of a charter school can’t put a $50,000 letter of credit or bond, then we have a problem. Then that board had better wake up to that problem and pay better attention to their finances.” – Debbie Clary, a former Republican state senator from Cleveland County and lobbying and membership services director for the N.C. Alliance for Public Charter Schools. Read more here …