Report: Charters diversify, but still serve a very different population than traditional schools

North Carolina charters are working with a more diverse population today than they were two years ago, a new state report shows. But charter enrollment is still strikingly different from the student population in traditional public schools.

Those are some of the findings of a report delivered by the state’s Office of Charter Schools this week, which oversees 173 publicly-funded charters with more than 100,000 students statewide.

Policy Watch has detailed criticism from some public school advocates who argue charters serve a very different population than their traditional school peers, a point confirmed by past state reports.

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2018-02-05T11:57:27+00:00

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