I might be inclined to agree with you if charters as a whole were not working to block any type of accountability. For example, the California Charter School Association (CCSA) fought hard against the denial of the Magnolia renewals stating that charters were no longer being "evaluated mostly on the degree to which they were helping students learn." However, this same organization had ranked the three schools 6, 1 and 4 out of ten. This represents a less than stellar academic record. Furthermore, without a system in place to adequately judge the performance of charters, how can anyone determine whether they have a proven track record and should, therefore, be expanded?by Carl J. Petersen
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