Argument: Charter school choice helps pressure school boards to reform
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Elly Jo Rael. "A Summary of Arguments For and Against Charter Schools" - "Charter schools add financial pressure to break up inertia. Putting financial pressure on the public schools is the only way to force them to change. As mentioned before, parent and student choice pressures schools to be accountable, and to accommodate their interests. If public schools fail to address concerns and interests, then they will ultimately lose students in their respective districts and a given percentage of per pupil expenditures."