charter school

  1. an experimental public school for kindergarten through grade 12; created and organized by teachers and parents and community leaders; operates independently of other schools
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  • A proposed resolution to oppose voucher plans and charter schools provoked a spirited debate on the convention floor.
  • The film also strongly insinuates that the public education system is utterly broken and the solutions are found in bolting the system to privately run, publicly funded, non-unionized charter schools. What public school teachers really need
  • The plethora of mediocre, bad, and atrocious charter schools speaks to this, as does the fact that, in totality, charters actually underperform their traditional counterparts. Paras Bhayani: Waiting for a Fair Shake: The One Sidedness of 'Waiting for Superman'
  • He vowed to shut failing charter schools, and pushed back against what he predicted would be "reflexive partisanship" to a push for charters, which he described as a grass-roots, statewide movement. More Charters On Tap in N.J.
  • As with charter schools in America, not all academies will succeed. Times, Sunday Times
  • At the Yu Ying charter school in Washington, all classes for 200 students in prekindergarten through second grade are taught in Chinese and English on alternate days.
  • When these elements align, be it at a local neighborhood school, a charter school, an alterative school, or a private institution, it is it possible to foster the essentiality of asking tough and important questions. Aisling Roche: Waiting For "Superman" Has a Finger on the Pulse, But Is Still a Long Way From the Heart of the Matter
  • So far, charter schools have brought to California a scattershot of educational options that have undeniably benefited certain clienteles in certain places.
  • Politicians have finally acknowledged that they cannot run schools, which is why governments globally are turning to autonomous charter schools. Times, Sunday Times
  • As with charter schools in America, not all academies will succeed. Times, Sunday Times
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