History[ edit ] Efforts by community and political leaders to bring a state university to North County date back to the s.
Initiative would allow non-profit for-profit charter managers would not be permitted to open eight charter schools per year in WA over the next five years. Before I outline my reasons for voting against this measure, I'd first like to say three things: Opponents of charter schools routinely make blanket statements associating their supporters with greedy corporate robots.
On the other side, supporters accuse opponents of being obstructionist teachers union activists who will have nothing to do with anything except the mediocre status quo because it helps them hold onto their jobs and insurance.
Quick lesson for both sides: While I appreciate the efforts in I to be cautious of falling into the pitfalls that other states like Arizona and Ohio have fallen into in establishing laws for charter school openings, the initiative still leaves a great deal of room for various forms of charter schools to open, from which charter schools of wide degrees of quality will undoubtedly be formed.
Teachers United, a small group of teachers in the Seattle area run by former charter school teacher, Chris Eide, recently announced its members' support of charter schools after conducting a study on them while considering the question, "What's best for students?
I recognize that students are not a monolith. Charters will be neither "good" nor "bad" for "students. Charters will affect some students in some ways, other students in others, and still others in others.
Okay, I think you get it; I'll move on. Let's see if I can avoid falling into the group of people I criticized above and provide an intelligent analysis of what I fear charters' negative effects would be on democracy in our state.
My main point to charter school supporters is this: If the purpose of charter schools is to exist outside particular rules and regulations we believe harm students' learning in traditional public schools, why are we proposing that only forty schools over the next five years should be allowed to exist outside harmful rules and regulations?
Why not rid all schools of them? On this point, it seems to me that support for charter schools must be indicative of one's disillusionment with democracy, and I can understand that.
It's a fair perspective to have.
You notice your neighborhood school isn't doing so well. You start calling the principal, and maybe talking to the newspaper, but nothing changes. People around you do the same thing, but soon they give up and just move so they can send their children to different schools in different districts.
You think, why not open another school in the community where I can send my kid without having to relocate? People have tried solving this problem, and it hasn't worked. We just need a new school. When we get here, we've essentially given up on the democratic process.
I would much prefer rethinking the way our local and state democracies consider public input and evaluate school quality, because if we don't, we will continue to shortchange the families who lack the educational and social capital and time to advocate for their students' interests.
This already happens at many schools in the state, like mine. I work at a small school on a campus with two other small schools.Below we have listed Engineering schools by state, click on the state link on the map, or in the list directly beneath to access the actual state pages.
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The introduction of state schools in some cases was able to build upon this established system, while in others both systems have continued to exist, sometimes in a parallel and complementary relationship and other times less harmoniously.