Analysis: Massachusetts charter-school enrollments show imbalance

08/12/2009 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

An analysis by The Boston Globe suggests that Massachusetts charter schools may be under-enrolling special-education students and English-language learners to trim costs and generate better student-achievement results. Charter-school officials counter that districts make it hard for them to develop a diverse population by not sharing mailing lists of students.

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