Saturday, January 28, 2006

Charter Schools Rot Your Teeth

Actually, there's no evidence of that. But a large scale study suggests that public school students with comparable backgrounds do as well or better in math than those attending private schools. Furthermore, the study indicates no benefit for those attending charter schools either.

Government representatives vow to plod on with vouchers and charter schools regardless, citing the need to spend as little as possible on public schools in order to place less pressure on Steve Forbes' tax bill, as well as the importance of disregarding data that fails to support the preconceptions of their constituents.

So I may as well conclude charter schools rot your teeth.
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