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  1. The quickest and easiest way to gain approval and acceptance is for choice schools to certify to attain the NAEP level for advanced proficiency in the 4th, 8th and 12th grades.

    If that is what they commit to do – the rest of the regulations will have a lot less meaning and purpose.

    This can be done by developing and instituting an industry “best practice” that sets the standard for all choice schools – and really give them a leg up over public schools of which only less than 1/3 meet the “advanced proficiency” standard.

    Once people realize that the choice schools will perform at least as good as or even better than public schools – the trend will accelerate and ‘regulation’ will not be seen as an impediment.

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