Scores in schools are directly tied to the economics of the
Posted on: February 29, 2012 at 20:30:31 CT
population in that school. That is a fact.
Kids in poor areas may come to school with no breakfast...
Kids in richer districts get to go by Mcdonalds on the way to school.
Get the drift when that happens in every area..
ability of parents to take time off to be involved...
free and reduced lunch percentage almost directly match academic performance.
Private schools do not have to take behaviorial issues, special needs students, students from single parent families, students from low income areas. They get to pick and choose who they want on their team...
Public schools don't get that option.