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Consecutive Years show overall South Carolina Charter Schools are At-Risk, but Nikki Haley proposes more funding because she think African-American and Hispanic students will do better in them (She wants to get rid of successful gifted program in public schools)

As mentioned in previous blog Governor Nikki Haley is getting rid of a gifted program that is a part of public schools that has proved to be a success for all ethnic groups. Let me stress real because a ‘real’ public school is not a charter school. Charter schools supporters just call themselves public schools … Continue reading

Is the Chicago Violence towards Young People really a Backlash against Education Reform Concerning Charter Schools Made in Chicago around Years such as 1999 (Retitled)

Was it too much? Do reports concerning Chicago students and decisions made around 1999 have more impact than anyone may have realized? Unlike the news we hear concerning Chicago today in 1998 there were reports of significant drop in unemployment, gang violence, and gun violence. In 1999 there would be even more reports that show gang violence was decreasing. What some consider as education reform has really been the fuel that has put so many students in harm’s way. As this type of education reform increases, so does the anger. Updated March 30, 2012 I have included information from 2011 that shows this growing gang anger can be directed back to education reform decisions made around such years as 1999. Continue reading

Do Early Reports and Decision Making Concerning Chicago Students around such Years As 1999 Show the Innocent were Put in Harm’s Way

Was it too much? Do reports concerning Chicago students and decisions made around 1999 have more impact than anyone may have realized? Unlike the news we hear concerning Chicago today in 1998 there were reports of significant drop in unemployment, gang violence, and gun violence. In 1999 there would be even more reports that gang … Continue reading

Getting Rid of Public Schools, Plans to Close 54 Chicago Public Schools Because fewer Students in the Classrooms, While Bragging Charter Schools of Small Classrooms are Concentrated out of the whole State of Illinois in one Area, Chicago – In 2013 Plans for 13 New Charter Schools to be Created

The Schools considered for closing are mostly in the African-American Community. Mayor Rahm Emanuel has plans to close 54 elementary schools. You take the children out of Public School buildings because you thought they weren’t doing enough so you said, but then we public schools have fewer students they need to be closed. And yet … Continue reading

A Great Number of the South Carolina Charter Schools Ever Created are Now Closed, and Still Republican Leaders Want to Create More

Charter schools are funded with public school money, and in 2012 South Carolina opened three new charter schools:  Orangeburg Consolidated School District Five Charter High School for Health Professions (2012); Anderson Five Charter School (2012); Palmetto Academy of MotorSports (PALM) (2012); while so far in 2013 Mary L. Dinkins Charter School has been closed. Current … Continue reading

Wasted money, 2012 Data, For Every New Georgia Charter School that was Created, a Prior Charter Schools were either closed or Switch to Public Schools that Year

Money don’t grow on trees, but apparently in Georgia and states around the country that message hasn’t struck home yet, because we keep creating charter schools. Our public schools are being eroded, while funding these schools, and yet Republicans continue on with this charter school movement. In other words the Charter Schools did not meet … Continue reading

Real Audio Reveals Charter Schools are only interested in taking the Top Students and Revealing Data show they are not Interested Special Education, and still Public Schools do Better

The numbers of Charter schools are steady increasing, and while those numbers increase so is the amount of money being subtracted from public schools. There is the rush to get on a board with something that research reveals that charter schools are not worth the money, the time and effort that so many Republicans are … Continue reading

The Slap, the Public and Public Schools pays for Charter Schools Teacher’s Pension and the Charter Schools, while Public School Teachers Get Laid Off, and a Video of Charter Schools Teachers saying they Don’t have to Worrying About Being Laid Off

Republican agenda get rid of public schools. The slap, when the public schools suffer already from a lack of funding, we can’t afford to keep teachers in the class room, and school programs face cuts. All the public school parents and public school teachers year after year help subsidized the cost of our school supplies. … Continue reading

Originally posted on Frederica Cade's Blog:
On checking up on an update on a IRS proposal to remove the access of state pensions funds from Charter Schools, because the IRS does not consider them private schools. I decided to research if possible public schools paid taxes. I know the public already paid these taxes…

What a Lot of People Don’t Realize in at Least Five States Public Schools Pay Taxes, In South Carolina Not only do Public Schools Pay Certain Taxes that SC Charter Schools Don’t, through Exemptions and Conflicting Laws SC Charter Schools Paying Taxes Would be Rare

On checking up on an update on a IRS proposal to remove the access of state pensions funds from Charter Schools, because the IRS does not consider them private schools. I decided to research if possible public schools paid taxes. I know the public already paid these taxes so you would think, no. Well for … Continue reading

Charter Schools Supporters in the News 2012, They Want Even more Money from Public Schools (You know the same Charter/Private School Supporters who Dislike Taxes)

First of all Charter Schools are already funded through Public Education funds, but in more than one state while are Public Schools are steady being faced with cuts smaller budgets, teacher layoffs, program cuts, not enough books Charter schools are seeking more money from public schools. You could also say the headlines would read like … Continue reading

Local School Board Candidates being out fundraised by Corporations, Rupert Murdoch, The Devos, the Koch brothers, Grover Norquist some of the Leaders in this Voucher, Charter school Movement to Privatize Public Schools for Profits with Roots in Segregation

Well it’s here Corporations are out-fundraising two to one your school board candidates that are against school vouchers and charter schools. And certainly not to forget some these candidates are union-back. Not only have your usual candidate for school board are now being out-spent these corporate back candidates are winning. From Federal to just your … Continue reading

Rick Perry’s Texas Today, Cut to Public School Causes 900 teachers to Lose Their Jobs, but Eight New Charter Schools Approved, and Republicans Still Seeking Money for Vouchers

Many are saying that Rick Perry could have waited before he got in the Republican Presidential Nomination race well he should have remember all those jobs loss in August and shouldn’t have gotten in the race at all since it seems his strategy is to brag on the jobs he created. In August the state … Continue reading

Public Schools Funding Cuts, Teachers out of Work, While Charter Schools Are Expanding on Tax Payer’s Money

we are in PlanetUSA.us united states’s directory Reblogged May 28, 2011 According to the National Center for Education Statistics, from 2008-09, there was a 340,000 increase in students attending public charter school. Charter schools are considered a nontraditional (alternative) education. First let me just say I think Charter schools are just another private school not … Continue reading

Are Charter Schools the New Private School and the New Form of Segregation?

we are in PlanetUSA.us united states’s directory It would seem some of your big supporters of Charter Schools belong to some organization or knew of someone who share that part of history and point of view that accepted segregation as the Law of the land. I find it amazing that people don’t call Charters schools … Continue reading

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