Ohio is utopia for sham reform. In that state, two major charter operators have given generously to politicians, and their campaign contributions have been ilke yeast in an oven. A small amount goes a long, long way in returns to them.
The good news is that the word is getting out. This article in a Cincinnati journal sets out the indisputable facts about the e-schools: Big profits for the owners, poor education for the kids.
Eventually the public will understand that they are being bamboozled, and some politicians might stand up and stop this raid on the public treasury–and the lives of kids. It’s just a shame that the U.S. Department of Education is not launching a nationwide investigation into e-scam.