Charter Schools: Innovation for Free or at What Cost?

LeighAnn Smith Rosenberg and Sanessa Griffiths

The quality of education in the United States is of growing concern to many. We lag in international academic performance indicators and produce disparate outcomes for different subgroups of our children. The concept of school choice has become an increasingly frequent topic within this conversation—especially when comparing the use of public funds in traditional public systems with their use in public charter schools.

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