I followed this question to 'This study from the Thomas B. Fordham Institute finds that low-performing public schools—both charter and traditional district schools—are stubbornly resistant to significant change.' The link is to the Fordham Istitute where you can find the 10 year study That basically determines bad schools don't get better. They might have a value-added effect for some students but they don't have the tools to measure that.

I was most surprised at the lack of Hispanic students in charter schools. In WI the percent for Hispanics was 0.3. WHY?? Do you have any idea? Thank you Verlyn