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Case throws liability for Hawaii charter schools in doubt

Susan Essoyan
STAR-ADVERTISER / JUNE 2014
                                Public Charter School Commissioner Mitch D’Olier during a commission meeting. A $75,000 payment to settle a lawsuit filed by a woman who tripped and fell at Waimea Middle School is raising questions about who is liable for accidents at charter schools.
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STAR-ADVERTISER / JUNE 2014

Public Charter School Commissioner Mitch D’Olier during a commission meeting. A $75,000 payment to settle a lawsuit filed by a woman who tripped and fell at Waimea Middle School is raising questions about who is liable for accidents at charter schools.

STAR-ADVERTISER / 2014
                                <strong>“This problem got created when the Legislature, rather than saying the agency should pay, they said the school should pay.”</strong>
                                <strong>Mitch D’Olier</strong>
                                <em>Public Charter School commissioner</em>
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STAR-ADVERTISER / 2014

“This problem got created when the Legislature, rather than saying the agency should pay, they said the school should pay.”

Mitch D’Olier

Public Charter School commissioner

STAR-ADVERTISER / JUNE 2014
                                Public Charter School Commissioner Mitch D’Olier during a commission meeting. A $75,000 payment to settle a lawsuit filed by a woman who tripped and fell at Waimea Middle School is raising questions about who is liable for accidents at charter schools.
STAR-ADVERTISER / 2014
                                <strong>“This problem got created when the Legislature, rather than saying the agency should pay, they said the school should pay.”</strong>
                                <strong>Mitch D’Olier</strong>
                                <em>Public Charter School commissioner</em>