Charter schools are tuition-free public schools that operate with greater independence and autonomy than conventional district schools. Many charter schools are specialized by subject emphasis or educational style—which makes them a great fit for unique students. Although these schools are publicly funded, they are not affiliated with the local school district.
Charter school leaders and teachers have more freedom to create an adaptive learning environment for your child. Charter schools must also maintain a set of performance standards in order to continue operating. Charter schools must accept all applicants, except some performing arts or specialty schools, like math or engineering schools.
In 1950, just nine percent of American households had a television. And in 1980, less than three percent of households owned a computer. Without doubt—times have changed. Practically everyone owns at least one television, and more than 90 percent of homes have a computer. Even more astounding, a…