Recent Blog Posts
- Why The New York Times Is Wrong, and the NAACP Right, in the Question of A Moratorium on Charters
- Back to the Future in the Bay State: Why Brockton May Have A Case for A New School-Funding Lawsuit
- UPDATE: Brockton’s Charter Fiasco Continues As Controversial School Prepares to Leave Town
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Tag Archives: public schools
Last month, Stanford University’s Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO) released a new study on urban charter schools, which purports to show, for the first time, that charters outperform city public schools, at least on standardized-test scores. If true, … Continue reading
Last month I published an OpEd in The New York Times, “Charter School Refugees,” which asked: “Is there a point at which fostering charter schools undermines traditional public schools and the children they serve?” The OpEd looked at Harlem, where … Continue reading