Translation of charter school in Spanish:

charter school

noun

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    (in US)
    escuela independiente financiada con fondos públicos cuyos estatutos están bajo la jurisdicción de las autoridades municipales
    • When a charter school fails to satisfy its parents and/or sponsors, it loses customers and closes down.
    • I asked again that the charter school be put on our agenda.
    • In short, there do not appear to be large discrepancies between charter school and public school demographics.
    • A ‘modern manifestation’ of Washington's scholastic vision is a charter school called Kipp Academy in Houston.
    • Unlike in proposed voucher systems, a charter school cannot charge the parents extra or promote a religion.
    • High Tech High is a public charter school founded by a business coalition that raised more than $6 million for start-up.
    • I worked for 4 years as a teacher at Benjamin Carson Academy, which is a charter school that is housed inside of the Wayne County Juvenile Detention Facility.
    • Last year I led an accreditation visit to an Arizona charter school, Tucson's Academy of Math and Science.
    • In addition, by serving multiple charter schools, a trust wouldn't be crippled by the closure of a single charter school.
    • The school we worked in was a charter school, which provided a bit more flexibility for teachers and students alike.
    • A group of teachers in early March announced plans to open a charter school with a focus on students who feel discriminated against or bullied because they are different, including gay and lesbian students.
    • Sixty-two participants were students at a charter school, and 87 were enrolled at an alternative school.
    • His foundation also had funded a shelter for abused children and a charter school, the Andre Agassi College Preparatory Academy.
    • Before 1999, Milwaukee authorized one charter school, with only 70 students.
    • There's no coherent national voice explaining the charter school idea to Congress, the media, or other educators.
    • The firm also recently designed its first school - a charter school in Escondido.
    • Attracting students - 25 families came to the first open house - was easy compared with getting the charter school approved, hiring teachers and paying rent.
    • Picture the modern university as a charter school, and you can glimpse some of the possibilities.
    • Author and educator Marvin Hoffman teaches in a charter school affiliated with the University of Chicago.
    • It appears that within a given geographical area lives a limited supply of entrepreneurs willing to undertake starting a charter school, a supply that peters out over time.