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Charter Schools versus Public Schools. Choice Accountability Freedom. Charter Schools: Serving the Community. Jessica Reid Kristina Bolton Stephen Dashef Bruno Werneck Kalei Sabaratnam. Emergence of Charter Schools. 1990s- Most significant solution to public education reform

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charter schools versus public schools
Charter Schools versus Public Schools
  • Choice
  • Accountability
  • Freedom
charter schools serving the community

Charter Schools:Serving the Community

Jessica Reid

Kristina Bolton

Stephen Dashef

Bruno Werneck

Kalei Sabaratnam

emergence of charter schools
Emergence of Charter Schools
  • 1990s- Most significant solution to public education reform
  • By 1998 34 states and D.C. more than 1,100 charter schools educating 250,000.
  • In 2007 3,940 taught over 1 million students
  • Majority of these charter schools are in urban communities helping low-income students perform to their fullest potential.
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Percentages of Springfield 4th Graders Unable to Demonstrate Proficiency in English Language Arts and Mathematicsas of 2003
holyoke community charter school
Holyoke Community Charter School
  • Intensive testing four days a week
  • Bilingual education
renaissance school
Renaissance School
  • 100% of the students go to college
  • Expeditionary Learning
martin luther king charter school
Martin Luther King Charter School
  • Partnership Agreement
  • Community Service Learning Component
  • Social-Emotional learning
suggestions for springfield

Suggestions for Springfield

A 'pipeline' approach

High Expectations

More time to learn

Language development courses

Excellent teachers

Strong administration

Parental involvement

Community Support

In School Medical & Psychological services

Sharing what works with other schools

Seeking business & foundational funding

Teaching the "whole child"