Charter schools in Pennsylvania are defined by their flexibility and freedom from many state regulations.A new study shows they’re also marked by their
The only form of education I oppose more than charter schools is home schooling.
Now, it seems, the numbers are starting to come in on charters.
Not everything should be privatized.
Public education needs to be properly funded and supported to work properly. Abandoning it isn’t the answer, and making education of our children a for-profit endeavor might produce well-trained employees, but it won’t produce well-rounded and thoughtful citizens.