Red tape comes to charter schooling

The American Enterprise Institute recently issued a new study on the state of charter-school authorizing. It found that, across the country, well-meaning authorizers and legislators have larded up charter applications with onerous, pointless requirements that can make it inordinately difficult to launch new schools. Analyzing each element of the applications used by 40 major authorizers makes clear that nearly a quarter of the requirements were clearly excessive, and that more than half could be usefully trimmed. Read more here…

2015-06-02T11:01:15+00:00