Charter Schools: Be careful what you ask for

Let’s be careful about what we ask for.

“A Pennsylvania study found that 100 percent of the state’s cyber schools, including K-12 Inc., had “significantly worse” outcomes than their traditional public school counterparts, for which the virtual companies were paid $10,000 per student from public school coffers. In turn, K-12 Inc.’s revenues for the first quarter of this fiscal year increased by 14.4 percent to $221.1 million. Last year, K-12 Inc. paid its CEO $5 million.”

Nancy Loome of Parents Campaign exposes profiteering of charter schools