A Pennsylvania state court on June 17 dismissed a challenge of the legality of that state's online charter schools, but handed school districts a victory in saying that districts should have an opportunity to question the schools' tuition bills.

Commonwealth Court ruled that the Pennsylvania Department of Education should provide an "expedited opportunity" for districts to challenge any decisions by the department to withhold money from them for refusing to pay tuition bills for students from their jurisdictions who attend cyber charter schools.

But the districts have no standing to


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