What are Charter Schools and why are they so unique?
Since their arrival on the national level in 1991, many papers, studies and analysis have been conducted on the charter school phenomenon: an educational innovation that has skyrocketed from the one school in 1992, to more than 2000 schools operating for the 2001-2002 school year. Charter schools typically have one particular mission; to comply with parent's proposals and demands, whether it's a gifted program for a special needs
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What most charters schools offer is what most families crave for their child's education: a small, safe place where everyone is acquainted; schools with substantial academic missions and high standards and staffed by people who believe in those missions and care about the children reaching their potential. Charters are schools that are full of students and teachers who actually want to be there, and display their worthiness and excellence through the performance of the students.