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Why are some public school kids worth $1,100 less? Help us fix it by support HB 1664! #FixtheGlitch
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Public school funding is not equitable! I urge you to support HB 1664 to 'fix the glitch' in Missouri's education funding. #FixtheGlitch
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Fix the Glitch! Please support HB 1664 calling for equitable funding for charter schools. My child is not worth $1,100 less! #FixtheGlitch
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In #MO charter schools are public schools. Like all public schools, they are tuition-free, open to all students and funded by taxpayers. Unlike traditional schools, they have a not-for-profit board of directors and a higher education sponsor for oversight.)
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Charter schools give parents options. One size doesn't fit all. Charter public schools allow parents to find a school to fit their child's needs regardless of income or zip code.
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We have public schools to teach our children the skills, knowledge, and civic values they need to be good citizens and pursue their dreams and ambitions. We are preparing them for life and they are all equally important.
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Charter schools raise student achievement. Charter schools serving low-income families and students of color are eliminating the achievement gap.
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Charter schools provide a high-quality education. Much evidence indicates this. If they don't perform, they close.
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Charter schools reduce student transfers, which can be disruptive to a child's education and family. Missouri charter school students are 4.5 TIMES less likely to transfer during the school year.
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Charter schools provide more days of learning. According to a report from @CREDOatStanford charters add 14 days of reading and 22 days of math.
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Charter schools are among the highest performing in #MO. In 2018, 22 charter schools had the highest Annual Performance Rating in their city.
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Charters are popular with families. Almost all Missouri charter public schools have enrollment waiting lists.
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More than 12K students in #KC attend charter public schools–that's almost half of all public school students. In #STL, more than 11K students attend charters.
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Everyone — regardless of family income or zip code – should have access to a good education. A child in a traditional school is no less important than a child in a charter public school, and vice versa.Enter your text here...
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