Response to the Associated Press Examination of the Racial Makeup of Public Charter Schools

Public charter schools emerged more than two decades ago out of some of America’s most racially isolated communities, because the traditional public schools that families had been assigned to were failing to meet their needs. Free and open to all, charters today serve three million students who have chosen to be there. Families of all backgrounds expect their schools to be safe places, where children are known, supported, and challenged with high expectations. Too often, district schools are failing that test.

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