It may be worth asking teachers in Baltimore City charter schools how they feel about Gov. Larry Hogan's proposed charter expansion legislation ("Senate panel rewrites Hogan's charter school law," March 26).
The majority of charter school teachers I know are opposed to Mr. Hogan's package. Maryland purportedly has the "most restrictive charter law" in the country — as if that's a bad thing.
Many of us beg to differ.
Originally, charter schools were the brainchild of American Federation of Teachers leader Albert Shanker, who saw charters as...