California charters take strict approach to urban education

05/31/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

California's American Indian Public Charter schools serve primarily poor, urban children but have some of the state's best average test scores. The year-round school teaches to the tests, has strict discipline and demands much of its students and teachers; school administrators fire any educators considered to be underperforming.

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