From Governing:

Proponents and critics agree that the charter movement is not going away anytime soon. It has been the source of fissures in the Democratic Party, but they are unlikely to lead to a dismantling of the charter establishment. “How many charter school laws have we seen undone in the last five years?” says Andy Smarick, who studies education policy for R Street Institute, a public policy research firm. “There are waves in favor and waves in opposition, but they are small waves.”