56 percent of Washington’s 3,400 charter public school students come from low-income households, as compared to 42 percent statewide.
60 percent of students identify as students of color, as compared to 46 percent statewide.
15 percent of students receive special education services, as compared to the statewide average of 14 percent.
Today, all these students learned that they can stay in the school of their choice.
Washington’s charter public schools continue to serve higher-than-average percentages of students impacted by inequities.
Today the Washington Supreme Court has given families with students in charter public schools new hope by affirming that their schools will continue to be a valuable part of our state’s public education system.
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