Charter Schools

What Charter Schools Can Teach Us About Teacher Voice

by Richard D. Kahlenberg & Halley Potter — March 09, 2015

Charter schools were originally proposed as vehicles to give teachers more leadership opportunities; however, the sector has evolved to focus on empowering management over teachers, and today just 7% of charter schools are unionized. This commentary piece explores what lessons can be drawn from the experiences of charter schools, both positive and negative, and how to run schools and structure the teaching profession to build and retain strong teachers. A subset of charter schools are pioneering new avenues for empowering teachers that could be adopted in other public school settings.

Ohio Charters and Phantom Students

Sugestão do Luís Braga.

Sponsors of Policy: A Network Analysis of Wealthy Elites, their Affiliated Philanthropies, and Charter School Reform in Washington State

O registo no site pode ser gratuito mas eu deixo aqui o pdf completo: CharterSponsor.

Probe Of Charter School Group Blasts ‘Suspect’ Conduct, ‘Rampant Nepotism’

Exposing the charter school lie: Michelle Rhee, Louis C.K. and the year phony education reform revealed its true colors

Charter schools promised new education innovations. Instead, they produced scam after new scam.

Charter schools slip on latest state report card

NY State Official Raises Alarm on Charter Schools — And Gets Ignored

A top official in the New York State Comptroller’s Office has urged regulators to require more transparency on charter-school finances. The response has been, well, nonexistent.

Agradecendo a referência ao V. Teodoro.

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