Which is the best school system TLC or Charter?
A charter school is a public school that functions as a semiautonomous unit. Its charter is a document that declares the school’s special purpose and rules of operation. Since a charter school is completely publicly funded, it is not permitted to select its students, have religious instruction, or charge tuition fees. It is required to teach the provincial curriculum, to have a board of governors and to be strictly accountable to the agency that grants its charter. Depending on the legislation that is designed to cover charter schools, a school may have a “sunset clause” in its charter. That clause will come into effect when the school is evaluated after a prescribed number of years to see if the objectives set out in the charter are met. If not, the school is closed. The legislation will also determine who may establish a charter school, such as groups of parents, teachers, administrators, universities, school boards or ministries or education. Charter schools are funded by their char