I have a son whose brain was “jumbled” for the first three years of his education sitting in public schools that were so focused on “average” students; he had nothing challenging educationally, no role models before him.
I moved him to this charter school, and immediately started to see a spark of enthusiasm. Thanks to the science projects, he’s now much more excited to learn. And, I think, diverse student population is something he benefits more than anything he could ever experience in public schools.
I wonder, on what basis a few people are trying to defame this charter school? Have they ever made a single visit to the school? Did they talk to anyone from the school or any of us, parents? It’s always easy to talk and blame, but increasing a charter school’s success and generating positive outcomes day by day require real solid effort..
Now, almost two years following our enrollment, I know that I made the right decision, no matter what those self-contradicting Gulen charter schools arguments suggest.
- These are not Gulen charter schools, these are OUR charter schools (parents4magnolia.org)
- The benefits of charter schools (parents4magnolia.org)
- Why you shouldn’t take the ‘Gulen charter schools’ labeling campaign seriously (parents4magnolia.org)
- Nightmare School to Dream School: Magnolia Does it Again | Busting Gulen charter schools myths (parents4magnolia.org)