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authorizers to favor granting charters to schools that will serve
They decide which schools receive charters, enforce the
terms of those charters, and evaluate whether the school can retain the
When Ohio closed some charters for poor (https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED573584.pdf) performance , the local charter school board wanted to reuse the leftover books and computers.
While critics charge that(https://educationvotes.nea.org/2018/05/27/how-to-prevent-charter-schools-from-draining-away-public-school-funding-in-your-community/) charter schools are siphoning money away from public schools, a more fundamental issue frequently flies under the radar: the questionable business practices that allow people who own and run charter schools to make large profits.
Charter school supporters are (https://www.springfieldnewssun.com/news/local/ohio-legislation-favors-white-hat-charter-schools/nT5UKhii9ToTksc2yR0o9H/) reluctant to acknowledge , much less (https://www.thenation.com/article/charter-schools-are-reshaping-americas-education-system-for-the-worse/) stop, these practices.
Given that charter schools are (https://www.publiccharters.org/latest-news/2015/11/11/charter-school-growth-what-changed-last-10-years) growing rapidly 6 from 1 million students in 2006 to more than (https://www.publiccharters.org/sites/default/files/documents/2018-03/FINAL%20Estimated%20Public%20Charter%20School%20Enrollment%2C%202017-18.pdf) 3.1 million students attending approximately 7,000 charter schools now 6 shining a light on these practices can't come too soon.