Public Schools vs. Charter Schools

Public School vs. Charter School

Khaliq Mitchell
The College of New Rochelle
Author Note

This paper was written for Urban Community class. Dr. Feder, SSC100AQEA, The College of New Rochelle, Spring 2017, May 9[th], 2017.


The charter school movement has grown tremendously since its beginning in 1992, with many schools opening state to state and trying to diminish public schools in several urban areas has a caused many complications amongst communities. Public schools accept all students of different multiculturalism that is subjected right in the communities amongst the subculture and behavioral psychological disorder, opposed to Charter schools that accepts slim to no ...

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the school students, textbooks, or budget cuts. There is still a principal and supporting administration on the school's premises. Charter schools are funded according to enrollment (also called average daily attendance, or ADA), and receive funding from the district and state according to the number of students attending. The ways and amounts at which charter schools are funded compares to their district counterparts differ dramatically within an individual state and even individual communities within a state. Public schools are a part of the unified school's districts. All three levels of government fund them- federal, state, and local contribute to education funding. States typically provide a little less than half of all elementary and secondary education funding. Being that Charter schools avoids answering to anyone in higher officials such as, superintendents and district offices, as oppose to public schools they must answer to district offices and superintendents who sets ...

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what charter schools are offering, such as, specialized, and ambitious educational programs. Charter schools even take the initiative to provide alternative curricular approaches (direct instruction or Core Knowledge) and giving the students the prominence of the arts and technology. Charter schools must have their performance goals written in their contracts, but being that they write up such a great goal doesn't always mean that the students will uphold the performance that is required of them. In 2002, a report from the American Federation of Teachers argued that many charter school's authorizer has failed to teacher accountable for poor performance, opposing to traditional public ...

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