In 2005, the Task Force on Charter School Quality and Accountability issued, Renewing the Compact, a position statement for the charter school sector that presented recommendations for achieving the goals of growth and quality.
Written by Public Impacts Joe Ableidinger and Bryan C.
School districts across the country are having financial problems, and charter schools are increasingly getting blamed. Charters are accused of taking money from "the public schools," although they are public schools themselves. Charters are even taking the blame for rising taxes.
In addition to providing families with much-needed public education options, a new analysis shows that quality public charter schools can have positive effects on a community's finances, that many of the financial arguments against charter schools are flawed, and that creating more high-performin
Responding to a request from top Ohio elected officials, the Thomas B.