Charter schools were supposed to “save poor children from low-performing public schools.”
But some of them are low-performing schools, worse than the public schools the children leave.
The State Charter School Conmission is meeting with some of the lowest performing schools to find out why they are getting such poor results.
The worst of them all is Connections Academy, the online school owned by Pearson. It dropped from a D to an F.
How do you save poor kids when they are trapped in failing charter schools and their old public schools are closed?
from novemoore http://ift.tt/2sgl7El