Behind the Headline: How Charters and Rivals May Get Together
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How Charters and Rivals May Get Together
6/2/14 | Washington Post
Behind the Headline
Summer 2011 | Education Next
In the Washington Post, Jay Mathews praises a new book about Rocketship charter schools by Richard Whitmire. “It is the best account yet of what is happening with charters. Both those who hate the independent public schools and those who love them should read it,” Mathews writes.
Jonathan Schorr and Deborah McGriff wrote about the early days of Rocketship schools in “Future Schools: Blending face-to-face and online learning,” in the Summer 2011 issue of Education Next.