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Month: May 2012

Is Choice a Panacea? (scholarly paper on KIPP and other charters)

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quote: “Shifting tax dollars into charters turns out, despite the publicity, not to be the panacea for Black students, but an apparent diversion of tax dollars and public attention from the real possibilities that could come from a sustained investment in Texas and the nations public schools.” abstract: Public concern about pervasive inequalities in traditional […]

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The War on Teachers

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Students in the U.S. are not performing well in comparison to students in other countries– particularly countries which do not experience the immigration and poverty issues in our schools. U.S. economic struggles add to the sense of emergency we have about our kids not thriving in school. Are they getting the training or inspiration that […]

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