As a general rule there are not a lot of reasons for conservatives in Massachusetts to smile come election time but WCVB polls on Question 2, the expansion of charter schools in the state is an exception: On charter schools, 49 percent of likely voters support the question and 39 percent oppose, with 12 percent unsure. … Continue reading Question 2: The Polling and the Stats driving the Charter School Argument
One of the things that has confused me quite a bit in the battle for charter school both in general and here in Massachusetts per question 2 is the math behind the opposition. As a rule the voters who tend so support charter schools the most are the very poor voters whose children are trapped … Continue reading Charter Schools and the The Ghastly Patronage math Fighting them.
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