Attorneys for the State University of New York took their fight over charter school teacher certification to an Albany appeals court Friday, arguing that it may set standards for schools it oversees, outside of the state Education Department’s requirements.

The Appellate Division, Third Department is considering whether to affirm a decision from last year, when a trial court judge rejected the state university system’s attempt to set its own standards.

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