Because of course the rational answer to a drop in enrollment is a beefing up of administrative personnel.
Topic: charter schools
Despite the assertions of opponents of charter schools, teachers in those institutions tend to actually be more diverse than their traditional public school counterparts, data from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) show.
So naturally, the news gets buried.
What could go wrong when the paper of record gets a credentialed scholar to take apart charter schools?
See if you can make sense out of this.
So much for cherry picking.
The District of Columbia may be holding its charter schools up to a higher standard than it does its scandal-ridden traditional public schools, but the chartered institutions appear to be meeting the challenge.
A team of researchers led by Miami University (of Ohio) Assistant Professor Andrew Saultz has compiled a map of “charter school deserts,” or poor areas where charters are hard to find but quite desired.
A teacher’s union tried to make inroads into a charter school in LA and failed.
Perhaps they should have talked to some people who work with them.