Stephen Dyer writes that enrollments in the online for-profit Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow have dropped.

The enrollments in Ohio’s charter sector have fallen for the fourth year in a row.

Maybe the public is catching on, as a result of scandal after scandal. The major newspapers in the state have vigorously pursued the problems of the charter sector. The public is beginning to understand that squandering their tax money on private, unaccountable schools hurts their public schools.