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Taxpayers aren't getting much in return from corporate charter school operators
12/20/2013

 

A closer look at the school grades of two of the several corporate, for-profit, charter school operators in Indiana reveals that taxpayers aren’t getting much in return for their money.

 

The large campaign donor of Tony Bennett and for-profit charter school operator, Charter Schools USA, operates 3 Indianapolis takeover schools:   Emma Donnan Middle School, Manual High School and Howe High School each received a grade of F.

 

K12, Inc., another for-profit charter school operator, has cyber (virtual) schools in Indiana and it didn’t fare too well, either. Two of its three schools received an F. The third received a C.