Charters good, bad and mediocre
Those of you tired of my frequent celebrations of good charters (stay on this station for a change of that tune in a couple of weeks) should click right away on this link to my colleague Nick Anderson's deep and surprising story about what may be our most charterized state, Arizona. Nick saw all kinds of charters, and reveals what that very loose system means. I think it creates an unease in some educators: note that the only one of the nation's 20 largest cities not to have a KIPP school (my favorite brand of charter) is Phoenix.
| November 16, 2009; 11:50 AM ET
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