Moody's Report On Charter Schools Misses The Real Problem

That's the main point Moody's report seems to miss. The true tragedy of failing public schools is that they're failing our children, who deserve better. While resources and government relations can play an important role, they should never take precedence over the students themselves. It's important to remember that the funds raised through state and local taxpayers for education are dedicated to children, not districts, charters or any particular bureaucracy. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mashea-ashton/moodys-report-on-charter-_b_4220430.html

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