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Last month the faculty of Dozier-Libbey Medical High School in Antioch filed a petition with its district to convert to a public charter school effective next school year. All indications are that this conversion will happen and there has been overwhelming support for the change from the students, parents, and teachers directly affected by it. However, there has also been a great deal of misinformation circulating among the greater community. In light of this, I’d like to address a few. significant items ballet flats with straps across foot.
A common misconception is that, as a charter, Dozier-Libbey will be leaving the realm of public education. This is completely untrue. The school will continue to be a public high school, funded by state money, and serving the Antioch community. By law, Dozier-Libbey must and will remain accessible to all applicants, free of charge. If there are more applicants than seats available, there is lottery to determine who is admitted. Currently, admission to Dozier-Libbey is done by lottery. Academic performance cannot and will not be used as a criterion for admission ballet flats with straps across foot. It would be illegal for Dozier-Libbey, as a public charter school, to “handpick” its enrollees in any way. Dozier-Libbey’s student population will continue to mirror the demographics of the surrounding community..
A second point of confusion is that the school’s conversion to a charter will cost the district jobs and funding. Dozier-Libbey’s conversion to a charter school will result in no loss of jobs in Antioch. In fact, the teachers’ petition cites the intention to add full-time positions that have not existed previously. Even if current employees at Dozier-Libbey were to transfer to other district schools to avoid the conversion, their leaving would create vacancies in positions that have been historically highly sought-after by AUSD employees, and which would then be open to applicants within the district. There will be no net loss of jobs. The state funding of public schools is based on each individual school’s attendance figures, or “ADA.” ballet flats with straps across foot.
This will not change with Dozier-Libbey’s conversion ballet flats with straps across foot. The difference is that the school’s own governing board will make spending decisions about its own funding rather than those decisions being made by a centralized, school district office. AUSD will lose Dozier-Libbey’s ADA revenue, but it will also be relieved of Dozier-Libbey’s operating expenses. Dozier-Libbey will pay a lease to AUSD for the buildings and property it occupies, and will pay for any services contracted from the district. In addition, Dozier-Libbey will turn over a portion of its revenue each year to the charter’s authorizing agency which may be AUSD..
Check the facts! An excellent resource about charter schools is the California Charter Schools Association at www.cacharter.org. The vote of the East County Fire District Board to postpone a parcel tax vote until November is just another indication of the board’s inability to solve the fiscal problems that plague the district. After wasting thousands of taxpayer dollars on an outside consultant, the board realizes it has no chance of winning a June victory and a less-than-even chance of wining in November ballet flats with straps across foot.