2016 Student Achievement Report
Posted on 04/12/2017
Florida Statutes requires the Florida Department of Education to prepare an annual statewide analysis of student achievement in charter schools. The report compares the academic achievement of students attending charter schools versus comparable students attending traditional public schools and includes 195 comparisons across three areas: grade-level performance, learning gains, and achievement gaps.
Study: Florida's Charter School Grads Earn More
Posted on 07/14/2016
Students who attend Florida’s charter high schools are more likely to graduate, go to college, stay in college and earn more than students who attend traditional public high schools.
Charter schools demand remedy for unequal funding
Posted on 01/28/2016
Ever since Indian River Charter High School was established in 1998 as the first charter high in the state, its backers have fought to remedy the lopsided disparity in funding between the county’s traditional and charter schools.
Criticism of ignored funding inequities
Posted on 01/11/2016
A pair of recent articles alleging past waste of our tax dollars on charter schools failed to supply the reader with any real perspective of the big picture.
Posted on 11/03/2015
The mission statement of the school district of Indian River County is "To serve all students with excellence." It is time to end the discriminatory capital funding practices and do just that.
2016 Millage Referendum