Behind the Headline: With a Mayor De Blasio, Fate of Charter Schools in Limbo



By 11/07/2013

0 Comments | Print | NO PDF |

On Top of the News
With a Mayor De Blasio, Fate of Charter Schools in Limbo
11/5/13 | Newsweek

Behind the Headline
Will Mayor de Blasio Turn Back the School Reform Clock?
Winter 2014 | Education Next

Bill de Blasio is not a big fan of charter schools. What will his election as mayor of New York City mean for charter schools there and elsewhere? Writing in Newsweek, Victoria Beklempls paints a potentially grim picture

An about-face from Bloomberg’s pro-charter regime could constitute more than educational upheaval in Gotham, which boasts the nation’s largest school system with some 1,700 schools and 1.1 million students: It could also mark a seismic shift in the national conversation about charters.

However, an in-depth feature story about de Blasio by Peter Meyer in Education Next gives charter advocates some reason to be hopeful.

-Education Next




Comment on this article

Comment on this Article

Name ()


*

     0 Comments
Sponsored Results
Sponsors

The Hoover Institution at Stanford University - Ideas Defining a Free Society

Harvard Kennedy School Program on Educational Policy and Governance

Thomas Fordham Institute - Advancing Educational Excellence and Education Reform

Sponsors