Imani charter to shutter, 5 others renewed
The School Reform Commission, the state agency that oversees the School District of Philadelphia, voted yesterday to close Imani Education Circle Charter School and renew five others.
Imani charter, a K-8 located in Germantown, will most likely stay open for another year.
Imani, a K-8 school that opened in 1999, has a total enrollment of about 450 students.
The five charter schools that received a five-year renewal include Antonia Pantoja, Christopher Columbus, Eugenia DeHostos, Maritime Academy, and Universal Institute.