The President of a rural Indiana charter school says the issues they face are even more mounting than their urban and suburban counterparts.

Nansi Custer is the President of Mays Community Academy in Mays, IN about 20 minutes north of Rushville.   

She says the although the school gets good results when it comes to IREAD and other testing,  it still faces challenges when it comes to paying teachers and finding space to accommodate its growing student population.

You can hear Custer in the Leon-Tailored Audio above, each segment runs about 10 minutes.