Less Bureaucracy Supports Progress for MD Charter School

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Dec 8, 1:00 AM

Charter Schools Tightening Achievement Gap

The latest item on the agenda at Chesapeake Science Point (CSP) Public Charter School is building a gym, a hurdle that would represent yet more progress for the school. To think, when it was founded just five years ago in a small flex space...


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Mar 12, 9:17 AM:

Chesapeake Science Point Public Charter School in Anne Arundel County, Md., has a new 43,000-square-foot home and is building a gym.

The sudden move from a small flex space into its current sprawling location is but one measure of the rapid progress made at CSP, one of the county's two charter schools.

One reason for charter school success is said to be reduced bureaucracy and the ability to make decisions and adapt quickly.




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