What’s Holding Back the Growth of the Best Charter Schools? – by Richard Whitmire

Are high-performing charter schools destined to pop up in every city? Not quite, says Richard Whitmire in the following excerpt from his new book The Founders: Inside the revolution to invent (and reinvent) America’s best charter schools. As Whitmire explains in this excerpt, charter advocates must address three troubling trends to clear ...

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Education Law Prof Blog: The Nation’s Most Socio-economically Segregated Schools

Education Law Prof Blog: The Nation's Most Socio-economically Segregated Schools EdBuild has released a report of what it calls the most segregated schools in the country.  The goal of the study was "[t]o explore how school district borders isolate the neediest students [by] conducted[ing] an analysis of each of these ...

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November 17, 2016: buildOn Gala

Join us at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City on Thursday, November 17th, 2016. This incredible evening brings together corporate executives and community leaders to recognize the work of buildOn here in the United States and around the world while raising critical resources to support our ...

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