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Charter advocates like to caricature public schools negatively while presenting charter schools as invariably successful.
We know neither portrait is accurate.
Rhode Island’s new state commissioner has decided to close one of the state’s oldest charter schools, which has been failing for years.
The Academy for Career Exploration, which was one of Rhode Island’s first charter schools when it opened in 1997 as the Textron Chamber of Commerce Academy, informed the state Department of Education last month that it would close rather than craft a reform plan that might have kept it open.
The high school serves more than 200 students, but Education Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green had reservations about extending its charter because of low performance, including a zero percent proficiency rate in math. Nearly 38 percent of students were considered chronically absent last school year.
Anyone who claims that private management of schools is a panacea, especially for poor children, is either misguided or misleading.