While there is no set script for charter leaders to follow as they consider the next chapter for their organizations, there are proven processes, tools, and best practices they can access to chart their course.
When weighing options for new educational leaders, don’t focus on what they’re going to do, focus on how they’re going to do it.
Have the President’s policies helped or harmed U.S. students?
Georgia Tech’s online version of elite master’s degree in computer science fills gap in higher ed market
On April 25, 2018 at 1:30 PM, the Hoover Institution, the Fordham Institute, and Education Next will host a panel discussion on the progress ed reform has made since the 1980s and what the latest NAEP scores suggest about America’s future.
As the charter school sector grows, there is more emphasis on replicating school models with a track record of success and less emphasis on single-site schools that increase the variety of schooling options. So argues Derrell Bradford in a new article for Education Next, “Strengthening the Roots of the Charter-School Movement.”
This week, Derrell Bradford joins EdNext editor-in-chief Marty West to discuss his article, what can be done to support single-site schools, and why it matters.