DeWit said the federal law that created Arizona and gave it 10 million acres of federal land to support schools, college and universities requires they “shall forever remain under the exclusive control” of the state.
He said that raises a question, since some of the funds will be distributed to charter schools. These are technically public schools, but under Arizona law can be operated by private, for-profit corporations.
What that may mean, said DeWit, is they are not under “exclusive government control.”
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