Education

July 16, 2014

State moves to revoke charter of Prime Prep Academy

WFAA.com report: State is moving to shut down Prime Prep Academy, which has a Fort Worth campus.

The Texas Education Agency has started the process to shut down Prime Prep Academy, the charter school co-founded by former Dallas Cowboys star Deion Sanders, WFAA reported Tuesday.

After an eight-month investigation by TEA officials, Education Commissioner Michael Williams is moving to revoke the charter held by Uplift Fort Worth, which is the parent organization of Prime Prep Academy.

WFAA has learned that it is a decision that will be difficult — if not impossible — to reverse. Story at WFAA.com

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