Massachusetts compares the validity of two standardized tests
Charter schools’ successes and mistakes have a lot to teach virtual educators
National School Choice week is a good opportunity to reflect on what we’ve learned from the past twenty years of charter schooling. In “Lessons for Online Learning,” my colleague Bill Tucker and I focus on what the charter school movement can teach the rapidly growing virtual education movement—particularly about the importance of focusing on quality as much as on growth.
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