CCSA Responds To Report Blaming Charters For Private Sector Squeeze, Public Funding Strain

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September 4, 2012 Last week, a report by a Rand Corp. economist was featured in the Los Angeles Times, which says that charter school migration has not only strained public funding for education, but also squeezed public and private schools like catholic schools. The premise is absurd, especially given that charter schools are public schools of choice that have grown over the past 20 years to meet parent demand for better schools. CCSA was quick to respond with an op-ed by our president and CEO Jed Wallace, which was also published in the Los Angeles Times. Read the response here.