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Charter schools were/are a great option for parents in DC who are involved in their kids educations and just needed to a good school to build on what they had at home. Now there is the issue of there are a lot of kids in DCPS whose parents aren't involved in their education (either through neglect or inability b/c of work or what) and DCPS still has an obligation to make sure those kids get a quality education.

I think at first people thought that charters could do that as well but I don't think that's the case and there needs to be a new, complementary way to figure that out.

by drumz on Dec 13, 2012 1:34 pm • linkreport

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