First off, lets get clear about the definition of a Charter School. The main problem with the recent boom in Charter Schools are few in number that there are, is ‘some, some, some’ (bad, good, ugly) but so new that parents are taking a gamble.
Some charter schools are good because they have boosted attendance rates and offer a relevant environment for students — but look, it is a break away from the ordinary. “In the black community, a division over charter schools.”
Individuals and even students with a good conscience for their present community may have a problem with Charter School’s elitist segregation. In New York state, that has revealed itself as an education formula that is more boiler room.
“Video raises questions about methods at NYC charter school”.
And Charter School is disguised because it leverages the good intentions of Americans abet with an inhuman graduation rate more akin to private school coverage (teacher overtime pay and even room and board).
Charter Schools do not take on problems, but are stacked. “Should Charter Schools Be Allowed to Push Out Difficult Kids?”. Charter Schools for disadvantaged communities are creating disadvantaged elitists and found a loophole around their public mandate!