What We’re Watching: Contract-Based Accountability for All Public Schools?



By 05/26/2017

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The new federal education law encourages the use of new ways of holding schools accountable. What if all public schools were held accountable through contracts that gave them freedom in return for results?

In this 60-second video produced by AEI, Andy Smarick explains how this type of accountability works for charter schools and why it could be good for traditional public schools too.

Andy has also blogged about “How Chartering Makes Possible an Entirely New Approach to Accountability.”

— Education Next




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