The Chesapeake Science Point Public Charter School in Anne Arundel County is an academic powerhouse, the Washington Post reports. Most of its students get high scores on state standardized tests, and some of them successfully compete in state and international math competitions. But if you look at this assessment by the county’s school superintendent of how the school operates, you might give it a failing grade. Today, the Anne Arundel County Board of Education is considering renewing the school’s charter for five more years. Superintendent Kevin Maxwell has recommended a charter extension despite the big problems he wants...

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