This is one Boston Public Schools teacher who, like Scot Lehigh (“Way to better schools is around unions,” Op-ed, Sept. 14), hopes that there will be some legislative remedies to Boston’s charter school enrollment numbers. On a recent Friday alone, I proudly worked with five special needs students who were once enrolled in Boston’s charter schools.
While I have never lost a struggling student to a charter school, it seems every year I meet new students discarded from charter schools.
Hopefully our state lawmakers will be on the side of all children instead of just the students at schools that serve a narrow-minded agenda.
The writer is a special education teacher.