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MarylandCAN testimony in support of SB 704, The Public Charter School Act of 2017

Ways and Means Committee
Jenese Jones, Interim Executive Director

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Public schools of choice that truly make a difference

There’s a high school not too far from Baltimore that has three-quarters majority low-income students, an average SAT score of 1312 and a 100-percent college admission rate. This high school’s students outperform all of Baltimore City’s nonselective public high schools and even some of its selective high schools. Is this mystical school private? Perhaps a magnet school? A magic trick?