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The Difference Between Charter and Public Rather than being part of a public school district, which dictates curriculum and standards in all schools, charters operate autonomously through individual agreements, or charters, with state or local governments that dictate rules and performance standards.
Pros and Cons of Charter Schools ProsConsfewer students overalltransportation may be requiredsmaller class sizemore fundraising may be requiredfamily atmosphereless diverse student bodymay offer different, nontraditional ways of learningfewer sports and extracurricular activities offered5 more rows • Apr 26, 2022
MYTH #3: They have the highest academic standards. Reports are mixed when it comes to student performance. On average, studies have found that student performance at charter schools is quite similar to performance at comparable public schools — if not a little worse.
Benefits of a Charter School Charter Schools Are Designed to Fit Your Child's Unique Needs. Give Your Child Flexibility & Freedom Not Found in Public Schools. See Your Child Thrive Through Smaller Class Sizes & More Individualized Support. Enroll Your Child at the Best Charter School in Crystal MN, Beacon Academy.
Cons of Charter Schools Charter Schools vary by state. Charter Schools vary significantly in quality. Admissions processes can be messy. Charter schools have a higher teacher turnover rate. Charter schools sometimes expect parents to volunteer. Charter Schools may need to fundraise. Potential misuse of school funding.
Charter schools have unique freedom and flexibility not found in public school districts, and their freedom from the red tape of public education often allows them to dedicate increased resources and energy on supporting students in excelling academic standards.
Charter school critics argue that charters are fundamentally undemocratic. They do not have to operate by the same rules as district schools and in most places do not have to be as transparent about how they spend public money. They are run by private boards who do not have to be accountable to the public.
Cons of Charter Schools Charter Schools vary by state. Charter Schools vary significantly in quality. Admissions processes can be messy. Charter schools have a higher teacher turnover rate. Charter schools sometimes expect parents to volunteer. Charter Schools may need to fundraise. Potential misuse of school funding.
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