Vitti says Charter Schools USA does a pretty good job with affluent kids shouldn’t go anywhere near poor kids.

From the “I can’t make this shit up” file, at the 3:06:30
mark superintendent Vitti starts to speak about how he feels comfortable with
CUSA setting up shop in an affluent neighborhood at the beach but had they wanted to set up
on the Westside or the Northsides of town he would have put his foot down and said no.
And you know what nobody on the school board blinked.
It appears we’re not looking to open high quality charter
schools here in Jacksonville just ones that do well with middle class kids.
It’s unbelievable, shouldn’t one of the requirements be if they
set up anywhere they would be successful?
Apparently not.

One Reply to “Vitti says Charter Schools USA does a pretty good job with affluent kids shouldn’t go anywhere near poor kids.”

  1. Duh! All of the schools in affluent neighborhoods are doing well. He was hired to destroy the public school system and he's doing a good job of it.

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