José Espinosa is the Superintendent of the Socorro Independent School District In Texas. This article appeared in the El Paso Times.
Superintendent Espinosa thinks the public should know the truth about charter schoools that claim to have a 100% college acceptance rate. They are lying. Rightwingers in Texas and charter promoters are planning on a big expansion of charters in the state, peddling their wares with unverified claims about their “success.”
When something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
Dating back to 1954, the Better Business Bureau used this catchphrase to alert the public of shady business practices.
In the new era of school choice, this catchphrase can be used to alert the public of misleading business practices by charter schools in order to protect our most prized possessions — our children.
Every year, certain charters tout a 100 percent college acceptance rate as their…
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