We appreciate your response but would respectfully disagree with your conclusions. To respond to but two : Charters are only 'public' in that they are funded by public money. Their governance and ownership are not public, nor are they required to be non-profit, nor are the management agencies that operate them. If charters did indeed want to meet the oversight and support requirements that district schools do they could start by joining the SARB process, which they're currently excused from. The strength of the lobby that the public faces in enforcing their oversight is illustrated by the fact that bills to tackle both of these issues were talked out of Sacramento earlier this year.by Colchester Creek
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