Anyone who is serious about improving the quality of public education should support the incredible contributions of public charter schools, which are proving in community after community that all kids can learn and achieve.
Some of the most vocal critics of charter schools don't seem to understand what public charters actually are or how they work. Charter schools -- which are disproportionately located in low-income communities -- are public schools where all of the students have proactively made a choice to enroll. Similarly, teachers at charters proactively choose to teach in these schools, which often have far less red tape and more freedom to innovate.
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