Quinta Brunson shuts down critic who claimed she only attended charter schools

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“Abbott Elementary” Has Been One Of The Biggest New Shows Of The Last Year And Has Quickly Carved Its Way Out ABC’s flagship comedy series, The engaging mockumentary sitcom was created by Quinta Brunson, who also co-created, writes and stars in the show. His perspective comes from personal experience. He attended the public elementary schools in Philadelphia under the ‘Willard R. Abbott Elementary’, and his mother was a kindergarten teacher in the city.

Today (March 16), Brunson hit back at a critic who argued that her views charter schools are hypocrites. Jean Allen, a school choice advocate and CEO of the Center for Education Reform, said on Twitter that the “Abbott” creator actually participated in charters throughout her elementary and high school education, despite presenting herself as a public education warrior. ,[Brunson] West is from Philly and attended charter schools her entire education,” commented Allen. “She reportedly loved it at the time, gushed over it. Once upon a time. Looks like talks.

Emmy Winner Pratibha responded set the record straight. “You are wrong and bad at research,” she declared. “I only attended a charter for high school. My public elementary school was converted to a charter more than a decade after I left. I loved my high school. That school is now gone. – which often happens with charters.

He said, “ love something doesn’t mean it can’t be criticized.” “Thank You for watching the ,

Allen responded Brunson’s explanation with a formula of his own. He mentioned that when Brunson and the “Abbott” team partnered with scholastic last year for redirecting his marketing budget towards holding free fairs for underfunded public schools, including his primary alma mater. In the process, the proponent of the charter school inadvertently revealed that Brunson’s High School Closed because it did not meet the needs of its attendees. “Your charter hs focused [sic] got closed on architecture and design because the district didn’t consider how low the incoming students’ education was and how much reform and time was needed fix it,” she wrote.

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now in its second season, “Abbott Elementary” tackles the school choice conversation very directly. In the show, Legendary Charter School Group attempts acquire Abbott and convert it from a public school to a charter. By doing so, however, many students would no longer be able to attend, and teachers and administration were faced with a difficult dilemma.

“Abbott Elementary” airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on ABC and streams the following day on Hulu.

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