Charter Management Organizations under the Microscope



By 07/14/2011

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Charter schooling is almost 20 years old, and charter management organizations (CMOs)—integrated networks of charter schools, like KIPP—have been around for ten of those years. In the new issue of Ed Next, Jim Peyser, former chairman of the Massachusetts Board of Education and now managing partner at NewSchools Venture Fund, writes about CMOs, in particular the ones funded by NewSchools, and, in particular, what we can learn from the good ones.

Please read “Unlocking the Secrets of High-Performing Charters” or the accompanying press release.

-Education Next




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