Schneider, released the report, he said the agency should no longer put its official imprimatur on research comparing charter
with public schools and leave such studies to independent researchers.
It's also troubling that the negative effect of charters
that they report depends upon charter
Lost in the din of political static is a new wave of public expectation for doing more with less in public higher education that has rekindled the charter
By volunteering and donating funds to create an innovative public charter
school, we are actively supporting the public schools.
While most of his clients charter
once a year and tend to stick with the same vessel, repeat client Denise Rich, a songwriter and music industry executive, enjoyed charter
so much she recently purchased a yacht.
When NAEP results were released last November, charter
versus traditional public school results were not publicized, according to Celia Lose, spokeswoman for the American Federation of Teachers.
I argue now before school boards that are considering a Waldorf charter
that the system is based on the occult with a very limited curriculum," she said.
The Earth Charter
Commission that drew up this new "sacred" text was co-chaired by Mr.
Third, even without added rules and regulations, it is hard to start a charter
The number of charter
schools--tax-funded institutions that operate independently of public school bureaucracies--was growing rapidly, especially in California.
The main force fueling the growing popularity of charter
schools is parental satisfaction, Young said: parents with children in charter
schools talking to other parents and sharing their positive experiences.