Feds Spent $3.3 Billion Fueling Charter Schools—For What?

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All that needs to be looked

All that needs to be looked at are the exceptional academic results of charter schools and it is well worth the increase in funding.

Robin Hartman more than 1 year ago

Could you please direct me to

Could you please direct me to these exceptional results? Do you mean the results that are achieved after they exclude the poorest students and discourage the special needs students from attending or remaining? What about after 5 years, when it seems most of these exceptional results drop off and these charters are performing at the same level as their public school counterparts even with the exclusions?

Kate more than 1 year ago

"...What about after 5 years,

"...What about after 5 years, when it seems most of these exceptional results drop off and these charters are performing at the same level as their public school counterparts even with the exclusions?"
Let's use similar criteria to evaluate Head Start.

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Anonymous more than 1 year ago

Robin Hartman, would you

Robin Hartman, would you please cite the sources of your information so that I may follow your advice and look at the "exceptional results of charter schools"?

Joan Gucken more than 1 year ago

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