What is a Charter School?
Charter schools are public, nonsectarian schools created through a business-like contract or "charter" between the charter governance board and the sponsoring school board or other chartering authority. The Wisconsin charter school law gives charter schools freedom from most state rules and regulations in exchange for greater accountability for results. The charter defines the missions and methods of the charter school. The chartering authority holds the school accountable to its charter. The charter school motto is "Autonomy for Accountability."
More information about charters schools in Wisconsin may be found at https://dpi.wi.gov/sms/charter-schools.
GreenTree Preparatory Academy as a Charter School
GreenTree Preparatory Academy is authorized by the Milwaukee Board of School Directors and is an instrumentality of Milwaukee Public Schools.
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