Education Next talks with Matthew Ladner and Nelson Smith
Should Reformers Support Education Savings Accounts?
States try managing lowest-performing schools
A review of A Smarter Charter by Richard D. Kahlenberg and Halley Potter
Making public school facilities available to charters
Within the charter authorizing community there is robust debate about how to do what’s needed while promoting continued growth and protecting charter autonomy.
I salute the authors for their extensive reporting on how charters are solving some of the toughest problems on their plate. But in order to justify their proposed remedies, they portray chartering as a nearly-terminal case, rather than as a robust movement.