Charter Schools in Minnesota


Personally, I don't believe Minnesota Charter Schools are any better than Public Schools. But I will provide the information below as a public service.

How are Minnesota Online Schools different? ​   
If you have access to an internet connection, your child can be "in class." ​

Will my child take the same kinds of classes as in traditional schools?  Maybe. An Individualized Learning Plan is crafted for each student, and the core curriculum—math, English, history, science, world languages, even music and art—is the same as any Minnesota public school student would expect to take at their grade level. ​

Will my child be in front of the screen all day?  The amount of time your student will spend online will vary depending on your student’s grade level. K-8 students spend less time in front of a computer while students in grades 9-12 spend significantly more time working online.

Do online public schools in Minnesota charge tuition?   No. K12-powered online public schools in Minnesota are tuition-free. However, there are costs associated with internet access and common household items and office supplies like paper and computer ink. ​

How are Minnesota Public Charter schools different?
As of October 1, 2019 there were 168 charter schools in operation in the state. In 2019-20 there were over 62,700 K-12 students enrolled in Minnesota’s chartered public schools (about 7% of the state’s K-12 public enrollment).

Charter schools are public schools. They are tuition free. They may not require entrance exams or requirements. They may not limit the admission of pupils on the basis of intellectual ability, measures of achievement or aptitude, or athletic ability. Charter schools must accept all students up to capacity. If there are more students than slots, the school must conduct a lottery.

Charter schools are formed and operate as Minnesota non‐profit corporations. Charter schools have an authorizer (college or university, a nonprofit organization, or a traditional school district) that is the authorizing authority and oversight body of the school. Charter school teachers must hold a valid Minnesota teaching license.

Charter schools must follow the same federal and state requirements to provide special education services as other public school districts. Charter schools receive less per pupil funding than traditional public schools. Charters may not levy property taxes, and receive no funding from local property taxes. ​

How do the publicly funded schools in your neighborhood do on state tests and graduation rates? It's easy to find out! Use this link to access the Minnesota Report Card at MDE to compare up to 4 schools or districts to find out how public schools manage their funds.

Leading Charter School Network Gives Primer on Transgender Indoctrination for Kindergarteners 

Just in case you thought this communist agenda crap was just in the Public schools

The KIPP network of 270 public charter schools is pushing vehemently racist critical race theory, the pseudo-historical “1619 Project”, and LGBT lessons for children as young as 5 years of age.

The KIPP blog titled, “Why I Teach My Kids About Queer Identity and You Can Too” was written by Kindergarten teacher Kris Sanchez. Sanchez is an open homosexual who revels in talking with little children about sex everyday.

“These are a set of standards for all grade levels that lay out the framework for anti-bias instruction. For me, anti-bias was always centered around race exclusively. I realized I was doing an injustice to not only my students but to myself by ignoring the complexities of intersectionality — a word my 5-year-old students understand very well,” Sanchez wrote in the blog.

“I think back to my own schooling and reflect on how impactful it would have been for just one teacher to read a book that validated my queer identity. I often also reflect on how validating it would have been for others in the LGBTQIA+ who are no longer with us. We know representation matters but I would argue that colorful, diverse representation matters more,” he continued.

“So for teachers, parents, and administrators, my push for you this Pride month is to consider all the different bouquets that you come into contact with each day at your school. Be intentional about how you water and nourish those flowers that represent your beautiful student,” Sanchez added.

Daniel Buck of Chalkboard Review showed how KIPP is also pushing the vehemently racist critical race theory and the pseudo-historical 1619 Project:

Big League Politics has reported on how children are having their souls sacrificed on the altar of tolerance through the transgender cult:

A clip from a new HBO show “Transhood” is quickly going viral, showing an LGBT ritualistic cult induction of abused transgender children.

“Today we choose to recognize, honor, love and celebrate anyone here who would claim their identity publicly as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, intersex, pansexual, asexual, or any category that I left out,” the satanic priestess announced.

This is when an abusive monster of parent brought up their severely neglected children to announce their induction into the LGBT cult.

A child called “Phoenix” was brought up to the stage by her morbidly obese mother. Phoenix looked scared and apprehensive as the adult figures attempted to coerce the boy into saying he was a girl. When he refused, the mother just did it for him.

“May you be well, safe and whole. We honor you exactly as you are,” the cult chanted at the poor abused child as he was given a flower by the demonic priestess…

“Transhood” may have taken the prize from “Cuties” as this year’s most grotesque, perverted and exploitative show produced by Hollywood to victimize children.

Institutional power is firmly on the side of the pedophiles and perverts. Good, decent, Christian Americans need to respond accordingly.