A Stanford University study finds charter pupils gain an extra three months of learning compared to conventional public schools.
High performing charter schools are encouraged to expand and replicate. Schools that persistently fail are closed. New schools are regularly created.
“This is a continuous improvement cycle that happens year after year to ensure that we continually grow the number of high-performing seats,”Smarick wrote. ” …. The traditional urban school district is broken. It cannot be fixed. But, thank goodness, it can be replaced.”