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Princeton Mandarin immersion charter in peril

April 20, 2011

Proposed Mandarin-Immersion Charter School in Jeopardy

The school needs zoning approval and an occupancy permit from South Brunswick by June 30; charter official says district cares more about money than children.

By Greta Cuyler | Email the author | April 19, 2011

The September opening of the Princeton International Academy Charter School may be in jeopardy if South Brunswick officials fail to grant zoning variance approvals and an occupancy permit by June 30.

PIACS, approved by the state Department of Education in January 2010 as a dual-language Mandarin-English immersion school for students in grades K-2, will draw students from Princeton, South Brunswick and West Windsor-Plainsboro school districts.

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