Seattle, WA - Charter schools are public schools. Historically, however, the relationship between school districts and charters has been nonexistent at best, antagonistic at worst.
In this chapter, University of Colorado Denver’s Paul Teske gives an overview of the challenges of helping parents navigate school choice systems.
This report surveys the broad transportation landscape and conducts in-depth work with families in two cities to determine what role transportation plays in parents' school decisions, and how districts might address related issues.
This report addresses choices made at the intersection of two very important trends in education: special education and charter schools.
Researchers with CRPE's Doing School Choice Right initiative determine what drives the school-choice decisions made by 800 low- to moderate-income families in three cities.
This chapter of Hopes, Fears, & Reality: A Balanced Look at American Charter Schools in 2006 reports the results from a new multi-city survey that examines how low-income parents choose...
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