1) Charter Schools have been set up by this law to compete for funding by the acquisition of students, and can control the parameters upon which students get to go.
2) This bill removes many important services from needy students in Delaware’s Public Schools.
3) All students deserve a quality education, without competing for seats where funding may at whim, be arbitrarily moved around by the Department of Education.
4) The use of public money for more funding for charters with capital needs, stands in direct opposition to those public schools in deeper need of those funds.
5) 10 years is too long of a term to keep charters renewed.
6) Funding cut during the depression for the necessary running of public schools, is not being reinstated; but now, is being given over to charter schools instead.
7) This bill promises funding without accountability. Where is the standard “lien…