In the past, there were just private and public schools to educate students in grades K-12. Charter schools mix of both.
Chart schools are funded in part by tax revenues and do not need tuitionfees like public schools. They have less restrictions than private institutions and provide the best education. They typically focus on particular educational areas such as STEM or arts. Or they can help those with special needs such as attention deficiency or other restrictions. Charter schools require similar standards of testing that public schools do, however, they differ in the subject matter they focus on.
Parents continue to search for top-quality education for the unique needs of their children, the amount of charter schools within the US grows. In the clip presenter, the result is increased competition from the public and private schools which means that top-quality education options abound.
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