A Quarter-Life Crisis for Public Charter Schools?

A Quarter-Life Crisis for Public Charter Schools?

Man_In_The_Mirror-01Charter schools celebrate a milestone this year: 25 years. In a Huffington Post piece, NACSA President and CEO Greg Richmond gets real about the shortcomings of charters and shortcomings of the opponents. He argues it’s time to end the rhetorical wars and work together to make all schools work for all children.

Read the piece on Huffington Post →


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