Personally, I think it is best to select a thesis not necessarily based on personal belief but rather based on which position you could best support with evidence.
In this case, it would be a wise choice to argue that charter schools have a negative impact on public education.
A claim is a specific type of argumentative thesis that you should use. It includes a position and reasons to explain your position. However, I think it’s best to avoid a “laundry list” approach while trying to incorporate multiple reasons.
Try using the following sentence stem:
Although ____________________, charter schools are bad for public education because they _____________, ____________, and ______________.
In the first blank, you should include an argument that your opposition would use in support of charter schools. In the last three blanks, you should include action verbs followed by something charter schools “do.”
Example: because they “exclude diverse groups,”
I want you to research some other reasons why charter schools are bad and find a way to write those in parallel structure with the example provided.