Findings released from the Education Next poll on school choice, common core, and other education-related topics, showed a dip in public approval. The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools released the following statement.
“Today’s report from Education Next finds a dip in broad public support for public charter schools. We are grateful for the report’s contributions to understanding where our vast country stands on education, and are mindful that the opinions about charter schools that matter most are the opinions of parents and students who have chosen charters schools. We know that the parents who are demanding more high-quality public school options via charter schools are considerably more satisfied with their schools than are district-school parents—reporting higher levels of satisfaction in fields ranging from teacher quality to character instruction…”
Read the full statement from the National Alliance.