Why Do Charters Have Fewer Special Ed Kids Than Traditional Schools?April 14, 2011Sunday LeftoversApril 17, 2011 Show all Jersey School Choice! By Laura Waters at April 14, 2011 Topic News Tags school choice The DOE has just announced that 56 new school districts have received approval to become part of the Interdistrict Public School Choice program for the school year 2011-2012. This expands the list of participating districts from 15 to 71. Here’s the list. Share Laura Waters Related postsSeptember 29, 2023Asbury Park Insider Tells All, Pleading with School Board to ‘Stand Up For Kids’Read moreSeptember 29, 2023Murphy’s Education Department Announces Anti-Bullying Public HearingsRead moreSeptember 29, 2023New Jersey Public Charter Schools Association Explains It AllRead more 1 Comment An Educational Enthusiast says: April 15, 2011 at 11:36 am If I understand this correctly, a concerned parent may take their student out of a school that is not doing well and send them to a school that is doing well. Now the school that was not doing well loses the following: concerned parent, prized child, and the funding attached to the student. Schools that were just a bit under-performing may quickly become failed schools. What will the cure be? Of course…convert them to a charter or a voucher. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.