CCSA Proposes Policy Solutions to Advance Facilities Parity for Charter School
Nearly 548,000 students attend a charter school
in California, leading the nation in the number of charter school
students and the number of charter schools
The proposed Santa Clarita campus, Mission View Charter High, would be Desert Sands' 13th charter school
The influence of a nearby charter school
on traditional public schools in the area depends, in part, on the credibility of students' threats to switch to the charter.
The Humanist community shouldn't be detracting from the problem at hand by participating in the charter school
movement that instead produces poor academic results, perpetuates the stratification of society, advances a parochial educational atmosphere, and reduces public education funding.
108-7), which required GAO to report on charter school
start-ups, including a comparison with charter schools
in the District of Columbia.
Education officials in Texas have pull ed the plug on a church-run charter school
that has been embroiled in scandal and financial mismanagement.
After presenting what he thought was an even-handed account of the strengths and weaknesses of the charter school
movement, Fuller found speakers for rival factions gleefully uniting to skin him alive.
The charter school
movement continues to grow because charter schools
deliver results," said Peter Thorp, interim CEO of the California Charter Schools
com spokesman and Boys' Latin of Philadelphia CEO David Hardy, the video features several leading charter school
principals refuting the arguments used to oppose charter schools
This is a national study, which includes states that have just much more recently passed charter school
laws and typically in those states, you get more of a concentration of charters in urban, underserved communities, so it takes a couple of years to get the students they're serving back on track,'' Larson said.
The researchers found strong, positive effects of the charter school
experience for younger children.