Carl Peterson details how charter schools in Los Angeles are screening out students based on national origin, special needs, housing status, and achievement level. The article also details how charter schools are creating a two-tiered educational system—where “cherry-picking” of students results in financial challenges for the public school system. Public Advocates, and our report “Unequal Access” is mentioned in this article.

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