"Since the establishment of the nation's first public school in 1635, our country has assumed educating children is a public endeavor to be shared by all citizens.
There are those.....who believe that education should be a marketplace where each parent competes for the 'best deal' for their own child."
To learn about the dangers of expanding charters and vouchers, read more from the Network for Public Education in School Privatization Explained.
Have you ever wondered how charter schools are used as investment vehicles at the expense of low income students and taxpayers? This blog by Steven Singer explains how.
In 2019, Dallas ISD Board of Trustees passed Charter Partnerships, despite strong opposition from the community.
Here's a brief post about the initial passage of charter partnerships at the February 28, 2019 Board meeting.
Here is a link to some of the background information regarding the initial charter partnership proposal.