Tag Archives: TEA

Only Charter Schools Sitting at Negotiating Table? No Educators?

Charters that take everyone’s tax dollars but are no longer subject to all stakeholder input = taxpayers are no longer stakeholders. In Texas, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) has been re-drafting its charter application process and requirements and included only pro-charter organizations in “stakeholder” meetings. This communication came from a source in Texas: TEA is moving quickly on approving a new

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Shocker: Texas Lifts Enrollment Caps on K12

Originally posted on Diane Ravitch's blog:
K12, the online charter corporation founded by the Milken brothers, has received a series of terrible evaluations. The NCAA recently denied a score of K12 “schools” credit because of the poor quality of instruction. A CREDO study in Pennsylvania concluded that virtual charters performed wose than public schools or brick-and-mortar charter schools. Major…

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