What the public isn’t told about high-performing charter schools in Arizona – The Washington Post

by John Washington on April 2, 2018

“In 2015-16, only 1.23 percent of the students at BASIS charter schools had a learning disability, as compared to 11.3 percent of students in the state. BASIS schools had no English Language Learners. And in a state in which over 47 percent of all students received free or reduced- priced lunch, BASIS had none. Although BASIS may have some students from qualifying households, it chooses not to participate in the free or reduced-priced lunch program.”

Source: What the public isn’t told about high-performing charter schools in Arizona – The Washington Post

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