During every election there are a number of ballot measures that the public must vote on. In Massachusetts, the number 2 ballot question was regarding if the cap on the number of charter schools should be lifted. Well, this election the citizens of MA responded with a resounding NO! Check out my comic on this issue … Continue reading Public Votes No on Question 2 Comic
In light of the recent news that MA state officials have approved 225 more charter seats, I thought it appropriate to repost this comic that illustrates the damage that this budget-draining move will have on our public schools.
We all have heard of various ways that charter schools exaggerate the wait lists for their schools, but no one ever anticipated this...
A comic inspired by the #keepthecap movement that shows how lifting the cap on the number of charter schools will affect the funding of our public schools and the resources we have available for our students.
I'm sure you've heard a lot of buzz about lifting the cap on the number of charter schools recently. Teachers, students, and all those involved in our public schools are alarmed by this as more charters would mean less money for our public schools. For this Throwback Thursday I am reposting a cartoon that was … Continue reading Throwback Thursday- Charter Money Drain
While public schools welcome and accept all students, the same cannot be said for charter schools, which have a track record of ousting or not accepting students with learning disabilities or who are English language learners. Take a look at a charter school screening process.