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Former teacher here. I worked at a district school for three years, and at two different charter schools for two years apiece. Charter schools generally come in two stripes: either they are "highly performing" and they treat districts as dumping grounds, or they are dumping grounds themselves. That sounds very insensitive, but let me use my experiences to explain. Charter A was
are toxic as they encourage districts and charters to shuffle students back and forth... it's a
chess game. Funding is also a toxic factor...
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Old Man McKay
on September 12, 2014