James Merriman, CEO of the New York City Charter School Center, continues our blog series on fixing school accountability systems.
Paul Hill, Robin Lake, and Michael Petrilli kick off a blog series intended to prompt a productive dialogue around fixing school accountability systems.
Paul Hill and Ashley Jochim discuss how local politics can make or break state takeovers of school districts.
Paul Hill recalls New Orleans' public education system since Hurricane Katrina, and discusses potential future pitfalls and opportunities.
Christine Campbell writes about the history of the Portfolio strategy and how it continues to influence education reform throughout the country.
Paul Hill writes about the start of CRPE's groundbreaking school finance work, while Russlynn Ali's essay explains how she put that research into practice.
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.
Citing the experiences of Cinncinnati's community schools efforts, Hill et al. explain why NYC Mayor Bill DeBlasio's wrap-around services initiative needs to be part of a broader school improvement strategy.
Larry Miller and Betheny Gross discuss the role of charter school authorizers in the effort to increase personalized learning programs in schools
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