Evaluation of K-12 Education Scholarly Source

Charter schools have grown tremendously in recent years. It is a school system that is publicly funded but runs independently of the school district. They are founded and run by independent parties such as parents, educators, community groups, and entrepreneurs. The article seeks to assess whether charter schools fulfill the principles of distributive justice. The three principles of justice studied in the article are; the adequacy principle, the equity principle, and the communicative principle. It also examines the accuracy of the commonly-held assumption that charter schools are more effective than public schools because they focus on identifying the students’ strengths and leverage them.

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