Proposal on the Future of Charter Schools

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Proposal on the Future of Charter Schools
In the past twenty years, Charter Schools have become a growing phenomenon in the United States as an alternative to traditional public schools (Jefferson 60). These publicly funded education institutions provide a number of fundamental advantages over traditional public schools. And because of the advantages and benefits of charter schools, scores of parents across the nation are clamoring for the opportunity to enroll their children in a charter school program. Accordingly, the following proposal discusses the future of charter schools while working towards ways to help make enrollment easier.
What exactly are Charter Schools?
Charter schools get their name from the fact that they are created by...
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