A Choice for Walton? by Jeanne Allen

Yet today, the growth of charter schools and the options they afford has plummeted from 13-15% annually through 2009 to less than 8% each of the past four years. An education innovation built on the dual premise that parents are the best guardians of education and that they should be afforded a diverse array of options is being co-opted by a demand for legitimacy and the compelling allure of the status quo. In academic parlance, it is called isomorphism, READ MORE HERE…

 

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