Even Ed Schultz noticed this one. I've been covering what has been happening in charter schools for years, and demonstrating how this alternative system is slowing becoming more and more corrupt.
Not only are charter schools demanding higher tuition fees from taxpayers, mostly behind the scenes to fatten their profit margins, but according to the story below, they're nicking parents with fines for behavior infractions committed by their kids. It's becoming quite profitable for schools, even though parents can't afford the fines, and kids continue to make mistakes because they're kids.
Do we really need another system to watch over?