How can civic leaders create a school choice system that works for all families?
How principals can use their authority to overcome policy barriers and improve schools
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This report examines the experience of parents in cities with multiple public school options to answer the question, how can civic leaders create a choice system that works for all families?
For chartering to work, authorizers can't be compromised by financial or political dependency on the schools they oversee, writes Paul Hill.
Robin Lake looks at what happens in high-choice cities like Detroit when no one is responsible to ensure that there is a good school for every child.
Dropout Nation reviews CRPE's new report on the barriers to school choice.
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