February 4, 2022 9:22 pm

The Charter School Experiment: A case for action

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After spending six billion dollars of the taxpayer’s money to become the only all-Charter system in the state, a staggering 73 percent of our children are not functioning at grade level compared to 67 percent in 2005, “This 15-year flawed experiment has yielded no best practices to improve student and school performance, no state protocol for Charter Law compliance, and no student performance improvement. It has, however, yielded other devastating consequences for our children and community,” the legislator says.

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