November 7, 2022 6:41 pm

NC virtual charter schools continue to have poor performance yet high demand

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In their five years of operation, both virtual charter schools have been consistently given a D-score on North Carolina’s school report cards based on their students’ test scores. The two schools have failed to “meet growth” on standardized tests and have been labeled continually low-performing, as students lag behind the state average for grade level proficiency.

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