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Charter schools

new charter schools across the country and in the District of Columbia face similar start-up challenges : report to congressional requesters

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      • Cover title.September 2003.GAO-03-899.Also available via the World Wide Web.Includes bibliographical references.

        StatementGeneral Accounting Office
        PublishersGeneral Accounting Office
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        LC Classifications2003
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 79 p. :
        Number of Pages82
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        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
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        Appendix 2. Charter school facility assistance provisions, as of July 2003 appendix 3. Charter schools operating during 2002-03 school year in D.C. and facility status appendix 4. A comparison of number of charter schools and select resources available.

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A number of DSS schools were formerly state schools prior to joining the scheme. However, openness to charter Charter schools has been increasing especially among minority communities who have shifted opinions higher than the national average. Racial segregation [ ] One study states that charter schools increase racial segregation. Even those charter schools who do not utilize a lottery system eliminates some potential students because of their rigid academic standards.

This can also be compared with several other states that have various powers that accept charter school applications.

Charter schools in the United States

" "Strong-law" states mandate considerable autonomy from local labor-management agreements and bureaucracy, allow a significant number of charter schools to be authorized by multiple charter-granting agencies, and allocate a level of funding consistent with the statewide per pupil average.

The laws that permit the most charter development, as seen in andallow for a combination of such authorizers. Public opinion [ ] Historically, Americans have been evenly split on the idea of charter schools, with a roughly even mix of support versus opposition between 2000 and 2005. " A national evaluation by found that "students attending charter schools have eight additional days of learning in reading and the same days of learning in math per year compared to their peers in traditional public schools".

Many charter schools are created with the original intent of providing a unique and innovative educational experience to its students. Childress, Stacey; DeSimon, Jeff; Rupp, Nicholas G. "Making Waves or Treading Water?

who feel constrained by conventional public schools. Most teachers, by a 68 percent to 21 percent margin, say schools would be better for students if principals and teachers had more control and flexibility about work rules and school duties. This research could partially explain Charter schools other studies have found a small significant difference in comparing educational outcomes between charter and traditional public schools.

7 of the German constitutionprivate schools may only Charter schools set up if they do not increase the segregation of pupils by their parents' income class. However, a recent statistical analysis of racial Charter schools and performance outcomes in U. 1 million students, a sixfold increase in enrollment over the past 15 years.