Charter Schools

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Language/culture Based Charter School
... A Language/culture based charter school is a Charter school whose curriculum is based on the language and culture of a specific ethnic nation or group of nations, although the schools are open ... A review by the Washington advocacy group, National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, found that among the more than 4,600 charters nationwide, 113 have mission ... These include the Amber Charter School in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan, the Eugenio Maria de Hostos Charter School in Rochester, New York, both of which ...
List Of Schools In Duluth, Minnesota - K-12 Education - Public Schools - Charter Schools
... Harbor City International School (9-12) North Shore Community School (PreK–6) North Star Academy, Edison Charter School (K–8) Raleigh Academy, Edison Charter School (K–5) ...
Detroit City - Education - Primary and Secondary Schools - Public Schools and Charter Schools
... With about 66,000 public school students (2011–12), the Detroit Public Schools (DPS) district is the largest school district in Michigan ... Detroit has an additional 56,000 charter school students for a combined enrollment of about 122,000 students ... As of 2009 there are about as many students in charter schools as there are in district schools ...
Lake County Schools - Charter Schools
... Alee Academy Altoona School Humanities Fine Arts Charter School Milestones Charter School Imagine South Lake Charter ...

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