For Charter Schools, Look Back to Look Ahead

For Charter Schools, Look Back to Look Ahead

The nation’s first charter school law was passed in Minnesota on June 4, 1991. NACSA’s president and CEO Greg Richmond weighs in on whether, 25 years later, charter schools have lived up to their original mission in Education Week’s OpEducation blog.

Discover why in order for every charter to be a great school, we must continue to focus on three of the principles that were at the core of our nation’s first charter school law.

Read the piece at Education Week


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