Sunday, April 06, 2008

Character Education

The Dallas Morning News reports that charter schools that operate, or once operated, in the state owe the government $26 million they improperly received because they provided the state with inflated attendance figures.

Given that the rationale for the existence of charter schools includes the idea that they provide accountability for the system, any charter school officials who condone intentionally inflating figures should be prosecuted. Any schools that engage in such conduct should be reformed or closed.


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