There shouldn't be an outright and total moratorium on all charters. There are several high performing charter networks that have a proven track record of performing, reporting/proving their results in a transparent way, focusing on the areas with the greatest need (low income neighborhoods) and definitely not cherry picking. KIPP for example has incoming students that rank in the bottom for math and reading proficiency in all of LAUSD, but after attending these schools these kids rank at the top. These schools should be expanded. However, I do agree with you that there should be scrutiny on which charter schools are allowed to operate - only high performing charters deserve this right.by loren
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