On Tuesday Education Next published “Exam Schools from the Inside,” by Chester E. Finn Jr. and Jessica Hockett. The schools examined in the article are some of the highest-achieving schools in the country, such as Thomas Jefferson and Bronx Science. They’re public schools that are highly selective. The authors pose the question, “Could the selective public high school play a larger role in educating our country’s high-achieving pupils?:
What do you think? Should the U.S. have more exam schools?
Read more about selective public schools in “Exam Schools from the Inside”