Solutions that don’t break the bank, reinvent the wheel or marginalize our teachers are within our grasp. We could have rigorous classes, safe and disciplined schools and treat teachers like valued colleagues rather than easily replaceable cogs, and we could do so tomorrow if we wanted. Disclaimer, this is an opinion and commentary site and should not be confused as a news site. Also know that quite often people may disagree with the opinions posted.
Duval Charter Schools lag behind public schools in just about everything.
Two things you should know before you look into the study for the last few years charter schools have begun setting up shop in middle class neighborhoods where the are not needed and the one charter school that Duval routinely points to as a shining star, KIPP, spends about a third more per child.