Some of Buffalo's lowest-performing schools should be turned into charter schools, a local attorney told the Common Council's Education Committee on Wednesday.
Such a move would provide more flexibility to bring needed "structural" change to the troubled schools, said Steven H. Polowitz, a co-founder of Tapestry Charter School.
Yes, Steven. The reason charter schools outperform traditional public schools has nothing to do with the fact they pick and choose which students to keep. If they have a student doing poorly or causing problems in class, they send them back to the public schools. Most people know the main objective of weasels like Polowitz has nothing to do with education and everything to do with profit. You're not fooling anyone Stevo. Stick to something you're good at(ie. chasing ambulances).