According to national studies, charters can be as effective as district schools, they can also be equally ineffective when their students are faced with severe socio-economic challenges. In other words, charters earn exactly the same results as district schools. For the students who need the most support though, charters struggle. Charters put public money into private hands with little oversight or accountability. They're also at the forefront of the fight to break or disregard worker unions, meaning their staff tend to be paid less than district staff and can be fired without cause at a moment's notice. We think the problem is poverty, not unions. But they're your taxes - you decide.by Colchester Creek
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