Two North Carolina charter school teachers speak out about the rot inside the charter school movement. A nugget (emphasis in the original):
Soon after we arrived at Central Park, structural shortcomings became apparent. Students of color comprised 81 percent of the demographics of Durham Public Schools in 2013, while students of color at Central Park comprised only 29 percent of the student population. Whereas 66 percent of students in Durham Public Schools were eligible for free and reduced lunch, only 7 percent of CPSC students were eligible for the program.
This realization led to greater clarity: regardless of our intentions, we had become part of the problem of school resegregation*.
*Which, or course, was part of the plan all along. Charter schools are the new seg academies.