Does the dogged pursuit of equity for all undermine successful efforts underway to help students? It doesn't have to, argues Robin Lake. Not only are charters well positioned to serve special needs students, yet retain their distinctive cultures, they have an obligation to try.
As National School Choice Week comes to a close, Christine Campbell reflects on the Portfolio Network meeting in Memphis on school choice and the fact that school choice can mean different things to different people.
Guest bloggers Scott Pearson and Naomi Rubin DeVeaux discuss the D.C. Public Charter School Board's use of accountability frameworks to drive student improvement and help families make informed choices.