Bill Phillis, retired deputy superintendent of the Ohio Department of Education, writes here about a sector with a reputation for providing a lossy Education but high profits, this ripping off taxpayers:



Indiana and Ohio are in a tight race to the bottom in the online charter industry
Whether in Ohio or Indiana, the online charter fraud seems to continue unabated.
Some entrepreneurs can smell a dollar a mile away. Online charters have an enticing fiscal aroma. The fact is that the online charters have a guaranteed income based on all students whether or not they participate in the program.
These privately-operated charters should be shut down. School districts have the capacity to provide online services to the students who need such programs. Let the online entrepreneurs switch to growing earthworms.
William L. Phillis | Ohio Coalition for Equity & Adequacy of School Funding ||