Bruno V. Manno
Advocacy groups raise money, voices, hopes
Photos: Additional images of school advocacy groups
The charter school movement will need to overcome a raft of political obstacles and high-profile scandals
Many young people experience buyer’s remorse about their college and K-12 school experiences — a sense that their education did not prepare them to succeed in the workplace or in life.
A governor’s efforts to improve a state’s economy must include strengthening K-12 school quality.
Standards-based reforms, choice-based reforms, and an expanded NAEP came to dominate education reform discussions in the report’s wake.
Chartering has not been a single experiment or the product of a single vision, theory or doctrine.
The charter phenomenon is also reinventing the school district.
June 4 marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of the enactment of Minnesota’s charter school law, the nation’s first.
It’s time to review the progress of the charter movement and the challenges that lie ahead, what we’ve done right as well as where we’ve gone astray..