About This School
Charter schools are public schools, but differ from traditional public schools in that they are independent and are operated by educators, parents, community leaders, educational entrepreneurs, or others. Funding for charter schools is based on designated local or state educational organizations. Those organizations are responsible for monitoring and assessing the quality and effectiveness of education, but permit the schools to operate outside of the traditional public school education system. See A.D. Crossman: Esperanza Charter School's test results to learn more about school performance.
In 2010, A.D. Crossman: Esperanza Charter School had 15 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Louisiana average is 14 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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A.D. Crossman: Esperanza Charter School Reviews
this school is awful girls would always bully me and be mean to me AND i would tell the teacher but she would believe the other person This charter is failing this year 42 students in fourth grade passed and i was one of them but dont send ur child to this school because my mom had to come there everyday just to talk to my teacher cause i would be depressed everyday when i come home and well dont send ur child there because its a waste of time and it really is also its probALLY gonna fail the leap this year cause it did lAST year year and this year so i dont want ur child to go to a failing school :)
Awful school, last year was my child's first and last year. They are a failing charter. UNO dropped them, now they are under the same charter as Lafayette, but even they can't get them together. They fired all most all the teachers, and have a new principle. There test scores were not so great last year either. They are unorganized, and simply trifling. Do not send your kids there, save your kids education and save your self the headache. My sons teacher would write off my concerns, she even suggested that I should keep my child back in kindergarten. Are you kidding me! It's not even required by Louisiana law for kids to go to kindergarten. It was ridiculous. My sons in the first grade at a renew charter, and I already see a difference in the way things are done. Very organized, and prepared school, the complete opposite of Esperanza.
They just cant get right,never on time with any thing an it is un fare to the kids. My kids have been going there for 4 years they let go most of the good teacher for personnal reason.Then the child has to get use to another teacher childen need to be stable so they can learn.Esperanza has not been stable in 4year tey pass children that have not learn what they may have needed because each teacher teach in his or her on way .My son has had 4to5 theacher this year thats not what I would call stable!And it has been that way for 4 year.Like today no bus to take kids to leap and no contact!So you guys get paid for what because you do get paid.but wha do you do beside get rid of all the good teacher want to help the kids. How can you get to know a child and what he orshe needs, if you are there one day gone the next.Never getting to no any body! lets get it together pepole. I have been thinking about home schooling. I have to do whats best for my kids.Igave you guys chance after chance, i want them to stay at this school but I just dont no any more.I'll pray you do better each year. But you have keep good theacher not let them go because of personal reason and then even let the parents know
hello i love this schol i've been at this school for 4 years
i love this school