Sunday, June 5, 2016

Charter Schools 25 Years Later—and What to Expect in the Future

Charter Schools 25 Years Later—and What to Expect in the Future:

Charter Schools 25 Years Later—and What to Expect in the Future

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The charter movement has since expanded to include 43 states plus the District of Columbia, and over 2.5 million students—or about 5 percent of the total K-12 public student population.
Arianna Prothers, Education Week June 4, 2016
Charter schools are 25 years old. My, how time flies.
Yesterday, Education Week printed an interview with Ember Reichgott Junge, the Democratic state senator who sponsored the charter school legislation first signed into law in Minnesota.
School reformers have always sold charter schools as exciting and groundbreaking schools, but, as most know, and as you can see from Reichgott Junge’s interview, charter schools, in general, never lived up to the hype.
Charter School Corruption
First, Reichgott Junge speaks a lot about how charter schools continue to need Charter Schools 25 Years Later—and What to Expect in the Future:

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