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Why A Connecticut School District Won't Be The Last To Team Up With A Charter

A Carpe Diem student logs into a computer in the school's "learning center," where each student has his or her own workstation.

We’ve written about Indiana school corporations using outdoor advertising to market themselves and the bitter battle over students at four state takeover schools in Indianapolis. In a state where funding follows the student, corporations compete with charters, private schools and even other districts for enrollment. So it’s hard to imagine a school district sending its top [...]

What Shook Our Faith In The Public Schools?

University School in Monroe County.

Americans’ confidence in the nation’s public education system, as measured by a Gallup poll, has plummeted to an all-time low. But it’s not just our faith in the public schools that’s been shaken.

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