Tag Archive: charter schools

Our School Funding Quagmire

Our current school funding formula passed constitutional muster in a review by the state Supreme Court in 2008. The formula was designed to address the level of resources required for students with varying needs, such as low income students and English language…
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Update on One Parent vs. #OneNewark

Cross-posted from Marie Corfield. Promoted by Rosi.

Yesterday I wrote about Frankie Adao of Newark’s Parent Power Movement infiltrating a One Newark enrollment center to gain information for parents who are not being provided with it.

Frankie just posted this on Facebook (emphasis mine):

This is some of the crap charters in Newark are pulling. I also spoke to another parent at the Enrollment Center today. First her daughter, without parental guidance, picked where she wanted to go to high school. [This girl was on the] honor roll from 5th – 8th grade, but didn’t score too well on testing. One choice she picked was a charter. The charter told her she didn’t have the stamina to keep up with the pace of the school and would be best served in a traditional public school.

The struggle continues…