Minority voters chafe as Democratic candidates abandon charter schools
New York Times: This year, in a major shift, the leading Democratic candidates are backing away from charter schools, and siding with the teachers’ unions that oppose their expansion. And that has left some black and Latino families feeling betrayed. …
charter schools that serve mostly low-income children of color in large cities tend to excel academically. And bipartisan support in Washington has allowed charters to proliferate, with their waiting lists swelling into the hundreds of thousands.
Daily Archives: March 1, 2019
The Whitehorse case is in the District attorney’s lap but Madison schools have already vilified the teacher Paddling furiously, Madison Metropolitan School District superintendent Jennifer Cheatham intends to start up a hotline for staff, students, and families to report racism, personal … Continue reading