Special Report Highlights Charter School Screening Strategies

A Reuters special report examines techniques used by charter schools across the country to determine who will be admitted.

Charters are public schools, funded by taxpayers and widely promoted as open to all. But Reuters has found that across the United States, charters aggressively screen student applicants, assessing their academic records, parental support, disciplinary history, motivation, special needs and even their citizenship, sometimes in violation of state and federal law.

Full text of the story can be found here.

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