I realize I'm biased (I work in charters and send my kids to our charter schools), but if you solely look at the data, charters are having a tremendous positive impact in low income communities. This false narrative that we don't know who is good and who is not, and that we need to better assess before we continue to expand charters flies in the face of the facts. Charters are among the most scrutinized and evaluated schools in California. It is basically impossible at LAUSD for a "bad" operator to open another "bad" charter. It won't go through. We should continue to expand high performing charters for the sake of education equality.by Marco
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