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Enrollment options to NC charter and public schools creates confusion

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Parents have options on what kind of school to send their children to, according to school officials.

WSOC-TV reported that they can apply to charter and magnet schools while their child is enrolled in public schools but that could cause confusion.

Schools told Eyewitness News they are struggling with enrollment issues because of last-minute decisions.

There is no rule to stop parents from applying to multiple schools for their students to attend, according to the North Carolina Office of Charter Schools.

Katy Ridnouer, who plans to open her own Charlotte-area charter school called VERITAS in 2015, said parents do that to give their student the best option possible.

Read full story: WSOC-TV

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