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Keeping the Promise?: The Debate over Charter Schools ebook

by Leigh Dingerson,Barbara Miner,Bob Peterson,Stephanie Walters


Keeping the Promise? is a must read for policy makers who may be seduced by the rhetoric of for-profit charter school operators. As lawmakers, we were told that these charter schools would rescue central city children.

Keeping the Promise? is a must read for policy makers who may be seduced by the rhetoric of for-profit charter school operators. Instead, these scams diverted scarce public dollars while leaving almost all urban children behind. - CJ Prentiss "Member of the Ohio General Assembly from 1990-2006 and former chair of the Ohio Legislative Black Caucus". Keeping the Promise? raises the main pedagogical and social issues in the development of the charter school movement.

Keeping the Promise? book. A debate implies two sides; this book is an unabashedly biased attack on for-profit and conservative charter schools and a defense of progressive schools. By the end of the book, I was thoroughly sick of reading about "free-market ideologues" and "the conservative agenda.

The Debate over Charter Schools. by Leigh Dingerson and Bob Peterson. Keeping the Promise? examines one of the most complex reforms in education: charter schools. This wide-ranging and though-provoking collection of essays examines the charter school movement's founding visions, on-the-ground realities, and untapped potential-within the context of an unswerving commitment to democratic, equitable public schools.

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The Debate over Charter Schools, ed. Leigh Dingerson, Barbara Miner, Bob Peterson, and Stephanie Walters, 45–46 (Milwaukee, WI: Rethinking Schools, 2008). 27. Andy Jewell, The Current State of Ohio’s Charter School Program, Ohio Education Association, Columbus, OH, 2006, . oogle Scholar.

Essays examines the charter school movement’s founding visions, on-the-ground realities, and untapped potential.

Leigh Dingerson, Bob Peterson, Barbara Miner. Rethinking Schools, Jan 1, 2008 - Education - 122 pages. Keeping the Promise? Examines one fo the most complex reforms in education: charter schools. This wide-ranging and though-provoking collection of essays examines the charter school movement's founding visions, on-the-ground realities, and untapped potential-within the context of an unswerving commitment ot democratic, equitable public schools.

Keeping the Promise? The Debate Over Charter Schools (Rethinking Schools, March 2008) details a growing trend in . That is the chartering of public schools to non-profit and for-profit operators

Keeping the Promise? The Debate Over Charter Schools (Rethinking Schools, March 2008) details a growing trend in . That is the chartering of public schools to non-profit and for-profit operators. To this end, six essays and one interview flesh out the relevance and significance of the charter school movement. Charter schools, begun two decades ago to spur innovation in learning and teaching, have been a force to push out labor unions. It is common for teachers at charter schools to be at-will employees, with no job protections.

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This source said that Lusher Charter School Willow campus is in the Garden District: Dingerson, Leigh. Keeping the Promise?: The Debate Over Charter Schools. Rethinking Schools, 2008.

This source said that Lusher Charter School Willow campus is in the Garden District: Dingerson, Leigh. Unlovely: How the Market is Failing the Children of New Orleans. p. 21. ISBN 0942961382, 9780942961386. One of the first school proposals came from pre-existing Lusher K-6 charter school in the city's affluent and well-connected Garden District.

Keeping the Promise? examines one of the most complex reforms in education: charter schools. This wide-ranging and thought-provoking collection of essays examines the charter school movement s founding visions, on-the-ground realities, and untapped potential within the context of an unswerving commitment to democratic, equitable public schools. Essays include policy overviews from nationally known educators such as Ted Sizer and Linda Darling-Hammond, interviews with leaders of community-based charter schools, and analyses of how charters have developed in cities such as New Orleans and Washington, D.C.
Keeping the Promise?: The Debate over Charter Schools ebook
Author:
Leigh Dingerson,Barbara Miner,Bob Peterson,Stephanie Walters
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