October 6, 2020 | Published By: Thomas B. Fordham Institute and Buckeye Charter School Boards, Inc.
By: Stephane Lavertu | Foreward by: Aaron Churchill and Chad L. Aldis
Since the first Ohio charter schools opened in 1998, they’ve regularly been subject to intense scrutiny. Detractors have criticized their academic performance, while advocates have pointed to bright spots within the sector. Thus, policymakers and the public have received mixed signals about the performance of these independently-run public schools that today educate just over 100,000 Ohio students. Read more >>