One of the few points of universal agreement in education policy is that bad charter schools should be shuttered. But what exactly is a bad charter school?
A school with meager enrollment that can't make financial ends meet? Yes.
A school that finds itself on, or even near, the wrong side of the law? Absolutely.
A school with low standardized test scores yet high parent demand? Maybe. Maybe not.
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