Tag Archives: Charter Schools

Going from Entertaining to Precise about RCT and #RIPKobeBryant

In 2018, I was invited to a mock trial entitled Public School System Charged with Fraud: Guilty or Not Guilty? about public education at Freedom Fest, a Libertarian conference that is held yearly in Las Vegas. Which basically says that if you have a conference in Vegasā€” I will say yes to just about any opportunity to speak. šŸ™‚ I

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Wanted: Chapters About No Excuses Charters

Much has been written about “No Excuses” charter schools and their deleterious impacts on student of color (See for example Colonizing the Black Natives). Amber Kim is leading a groundbreaking new book project entitled,Ā  Inexcusable: Contemporary Counter-Narratives that Expose the ā€œNew Faceā€ of No Excuses Schools. You may remember Dr. Kim from the Diane Ravitch episode of Truth for America

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NCES Releases School Choice in the United States Report

A new report the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES) “finds that charter school and public school students have the same academic performance in testing conducted at the fourth- and eighth-grade level.” (SeeĀ Charter School and Public School Students Have Same Academic Performance, Report Finds) I went through the report this morning on the plane and here

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NEW study released: Are charter schools more intensely segregated?

We are honored today to release a new study entitled Choice without inclusion?: Comparing the intensity of racial segregation in charters and public schools at the local, state and national levelsĀ that examines segregation in the entire universe of US public and charter schools. In its landmark Brown v. Board of EducationĀ decision in 1954 [1], the United States Supreme Court powerfully

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