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When an educational complex in Lauderdale Lakes announced it was permanently closing, parents said they should have seen it coming.

They tell stories of how their students had been doing little to no school work and dealt with a disorganized curriculum at Eagle Charter Academy and SMART Charter School in Lauderdale Lakes.

The two schools, situated at 3020 NW 33 Ave., are run by the same management company, Broward school district officials said. The schools announced they were permanently closing Friday, days after another charter school in Tamarac had closed its doors, district officials said. The move has displaced throngs of students.

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I'm sure that you are drawing the wrong lesson from this. The real lesson is that when a charter fails it closes. When a public school fails it . . . . . . just keeps on going.
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